Vancouver October 23, 2018


Management Professor at University of California, Berkeley and Bestselling Author

Morten T. Hansen is a renowned leadership expert and bestselling author, ranked as one of the world’s most influential management thinkers by Thinkers50.

Formerly a professor at Harvard Business School and INSEAD (France), he is now a management professor at the University of California, Berkeley. Hansen’s award-winning research on leadership, collaboration, innovation, and corporate greatness has been published in several leading academic journals.

Hansen’s most recent book, Great at Work: How Top Performers Do Less, Work Smarter, and Achieve More, is based on an exhaustive study of 5,000 managers and employees. He is also the co-author of the New York Times bestseller Great by Choice (with Jim Collins), which provides data-driven, groundbreaking insight into how businesses can thrive in uncertainty. His acclaimed book Collaboration describes how managers can overcome silos in a company and create real value from working across the organization.

Hansen has written several bestselling Harvard Business Review articles and his work has been covered by Business Week, Fortune, New York Times, and The Economist, among others. A veteran speaker, Hansen has advised and given keynotes to many Fortune 100 companies, including Intel, Apple, American Express, AT&T, Walmart, Chevron, IBM, Microsoft, and Cisco, among others.

Hansen has a PhD from Stanford Business School, where he was a Fulbright scholar. He was also a senior manager at the Boston Consulting Group where he advised corporate clients worldwide.


Performance and Productivity

What You Will Learn
  • "Seven Work Smarter Practices" that can be applied to maximize your own and your team's time and performance.
  • How you can work smarter instead of harder by selecting a few activities and applying intense targeted effort.
  • Key insights to allow you to assess your own performance and figure out your work strengths, as well as your weaknesses.

Books by Morten Hansen