Thomas A. Stewart
Thomas A. Stewart is Chief Marketing and Knowledge Officer for global management consulting firm Booz & Company. Stewart is a best-selling author, an authority on intellectual capital and knowledge management, and an influential thought leader on global management issues and ideas.
Stewart leads Booz & Company’s marketing, intellectual capital and knowledge management efforts. He manages the firm’s team of marketing and knowledge management professionals and works with its global partners to build on the firm’s broad and robust foundation of world recognized thought leadership on the future direction of business.
Before joining Booz & Company, Stewart served as editor and managing director of Harvard Business Review. In his six year tenure, the magazine was a two-time finalist for general excellence in the National Magazine Awards, and received an “Eddie” in 2007 from Folio Magazine. Previously, Stewart served as the editorial director for Business 2.0 and as a member of Fortune’s Board of Editors.
He is the author of two books, Intellectual Capital: The New Wealth of Organizations, and The Wealth of Knowledge: Intellectual Capital and the 21st Century Organization, published by Doubleday Business in 1998 and 2003, respectively.
He has spoken frequently about intellectual capital and knowledge management, to, among others, the World Economic Forum, the Conference Board, the Canadian Centre for Management, the Brazilian Ministry of Planning, the British Ministry of Trade and Industry, Scottish Enterprise, the International Human Resources Information Management Association, the Australian Human Resources Institutes, etc. In 2001 he was a judge for the first Singapore Innovation Award sponsored by that country’s Economic Development Board. The following year he was honored to deliver the annual management lecture for the Singapore Institute of Management.
Stewart is a fellow of the World Economic Forum. He is a summa cum laude graduate of Harvard College, and holds an honorary Doctor of Science degree from Cass School of Business at City University, London.