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List of Leaders - Semester A 2010

Al Gore (USA - Environmental activist) Lee Iacocca (Daimler Chrysler)

Anita Roddick (The Body Shop and Human Rights Activist) Li Ka Shing (Hutchison Whampoa)
Azim Premji (Wipro Technologies Co.) Meg Whitman (E-Bay)
Conrad Hilton (Hilton Hotels) Michael Dell (Dell Computers)
Dick Smith (Dick Smith Electronics and Foods) Mother Teresa (of Calcutta, India)
Frederick W. Smith (Fedex Corp.) Oprah Winfrey (Hapro Production)
Gerry Harvey (Harvey Norman Holdings Limited) Phil Knight (Nike)
Giorgio Armani (Calvin Richard Klein-Giorgio Armani S.p.A) Ratan Tata (Tata group)
Gordon Wu (Hopewell Holdings Ltd) Rupert Murdoch (News Corporation)
Henry Ford (Ford Motor Corp) Sam Walton (Walton)
Ivan Kamprad (Ikea) Sergey Brin (Google)
Jane Goodall (UK - Roots & Shoots) Stanley Ho (Asian Casino Mogul)
Jeff Bezos ( Steven Spielberg (Film Director)
Lakshmi Mittal (Mittal Steel Co.) Warren Buffet (Berkshire Hathaway)
Alexey B. Miller (Gazprom) Mukesh D. Ambani (Reliance Industries)
Eric E. Schmidt (Google) Chong Phit Lian (Jetstar Airways)
Howard Stringer (Sony USA) Kwon Young – soon (LG Phillips)
David Thai (Highlands Coffee) Ly Quy Trung (Pho 24)
Truong Gia Binh (FPT) Hoang Khai (Khaisilk)
Dang Le Nguyen Vu (Trung Nguyen) Pham Phu Ngọc Trai (Pepsi VN)
Don Lam (Vinacapital) Đoan Nguyen Đuc (HAGL groups)

Students are required to choose two influential leaders from the above list. Discuss and analyse these leaders drawing upon any three concepts or theories
studied from the course.
Students can however choose other leaders (Business or Community-based Organisations only) outside this list, provided you negotiate with lecturer of your
choice in advance


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