Top Professors on Twitter

At LDRLB (@LDRLB), we draw much of our content from the research and writings of the world’s top professors. Most are from business schools, others from a variety of fields relevant to leading organizations. These professors consistently build upon the body of knowledge and further the goal of evidence-based leadership. We thought it’d be worthwhile to share with you the people we learn the most from. Below you’ll find who we feel are the 2013 top 50 professors on twitter, broken into lists around leadership, innovation, and strategy, as well as five at-large professors.

Leadership

Bill George Harvard Business School @Bill_George
Gianpiero Petriglieri INSEAD @gpetriglieri
Karl Moore McGill University @profkjmoore
Ian McCarthy Beedie School of Business @Toffeemen68
Stew Friedman Wharton School of Finance @stewfriedman
CV Harquail Howe School of Business @cvharquail
Terri Griffith Santa Clara University @terrigriffith
Bret Simmons University of Nevada, Reno @drbret
Lukas Neville University of Manitoba @lukasneville
Michael Roberto Bryant University @michaelaroberto
Gautam Mukunda Harvard Business School @gmukunda
Francesca Gino Harvard Business School @francescagino
Terri Scandura University of Miami @terriscandura
Schon Beechler INSEAD @ProfBeechler
Terry Linhart Bethel College @TerryLinhart

Innovation

Richard Florida Rotman School of Management @Richard_Florida
Clayton Christensen Harvard Business School @claychristensen
Calestous Juma Harvard University @calestous
Alf Rehn Åbo Akademi University @alfrehn
Cyndi Burnett Buffalo State College @Cyndiburnett
Diego Rodriguez Stanford University @metacool
Tim Kastelle University of Queensland @timkastelle
Tor Gronsund University of Olso @tor
Tina Selig Stanford University @tseelig
Marcel Bogers University of Southern Denmark @bogers
Gary Hamel London Business School @profhamel
Teresa Amabile Harvard Business School @TeresaAmabile
Frank Piller RWTH Aachen University @masscustom
Bob Sutton Stanford University @work_matters
Bill Fischer IMD Business School @bill_fischer

Strategy

Michael Porter Harvard Business School @MichaelEPorter
Estelle Metayer McGill University @Competia
Rita McGrath Columbia Business School @rgmcgrath
Ioannis Ioannou London Business School @iioannoulbs
Mislek Piskorski Harvard Business School @mpiskorski
Peter G. Klein University of Missouri-Columbia @petergklein
Teppo Felin University of Oxford @teppofelin
Roger Martin Rotman School of Management @rogerlmartin
Kevin Boudreau London Business School @KevinJBoudreau
Sheen S. Levine Columbia University @sslevine
Sydney Finkelstein Tuck School of Management @sydfinkelstein
Freek Vermeulen Londen Business School @Freek_Vermeulen
Dan Elfenbein Washington University in St. Louis @OrgStratProf
Cynthia Montgomery Harvard Business School @leadstrategy
Robin Teigland Stockholm School of Economics @robinteigland

At-Large

Michael Tushman Harvard Business School @MichaelTushman
Philip Auerswald George Mason University @auerswald
Keith Sawyer UNC-Chapel Hill @DrKeithSawyer
Laurence Capron INSEAD @LaurenceCapron
David Thomas Georgetown University @ProfThomas

If you’re wondering about order, we opted to use Klout scores in lieu of follower count in the hopes that it rewarded professors who focus their influence on smaller fields as much as the top thought leaders. This list was compiled primarily by another professor, David Burkus (@davidburkus).

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