The Global Management SurveyAbout the Survey Results
Welcome to the A List. This section contains the results of the Institute's "World’s Most Respected Companies & CEOs" Survey. The research draws on the views of thousands of investors, analysts, executives, employees, and media professionals worldwide.
The aim of this research initiative is to:
Identify the most successful and most respected companies and business leaders as well as the driving forces for their success.
The survey results are used to guide the Institute researchers to study their best management practices and critical success factors. The research results are disseminated in the form of management training courses and consulting advice.
2005-2006-2007 survey results
- Hall of Fame - Management Gurus
- World Most Respected Management Thinkers
- World's Most Respected Management Consultants
- World's Most Respected Companies
- World's Most Respected CEOs
- World's Most Respected Management Professors/Educators
World's Most Respected Management Books
- Best Management Books
- Best Investment Books
- Best Self-Development Books
- Best Spiritual Books
- Best Management Humor Books
The survey methodology provides the ability to validate nominations and allows insights into the nominees' critical success factors.
Public stakeholders can nominate the most respected companies and their leaders.
Voters are then asked to give the reasons for their nominations, thus providing valuable insight into what key factors drive the success of these nominees. Questions are presented in free-form and open-ended formats.
Further research is conducted to validate the entries using sales figures, business/investment analysts ratings, competitive benchmarking and market impact as expressed in the global media.
After verification and acceptance of the nomination, the input is then statistically analyzed taking into consideration the geographic region, the relationship with the company, the number of votes, the listed reasons and the order in which they are listed.
When two or more companies score equally on overall ratings (reach a tie) , the Institute editors refer to the number of votes.
In a nutshell, the public nominates, the researchers validate the nominations, and the number votes determines the respectability ranking.To participate in the survey, please visit Global Management Polls
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