Philip Sadler CBE

Futurist, Author, Speaker


Philip Sadler's Published Work


Leadership (fast track MBA series)
Kogan Page 1997 (second edition 2003)

'In an authoritative and highly readable style Philip Sadler offers an important and incisive contribution to the current debate. Designed to meet the needs of busy MBA students and practising managers alike, this book details why leadership is important and how to recognise different leadership styles.'

The Seemless Organisation

The Seamless Organisation
Kogan Page (4th edition 2000)

'I am sure this book will be grasped by the confused managers I meet all over the place who are bombarded with the new buzz words and smart models.' Charles Handy

Management Consultancy

Management Consultancy: a guide to best practice
(Editor) Kogan Page (2nd edition, 2001)

This guide, published in a number of languages and edited by Philip, has been a best seller in its field, running to two editions. It brings together in one volume the experience and wisdom of some of the world’s leading management consultants.

Building Tomorrows Company

Building Tomorrow’s Company
Kogan Page 2002

'Philip Sadler has produced a rare blend of a book; it has enthusiasm and calm, imagination and sanity, depth and sparkle style and substance-what a relief....Philip Sadler has brilliantly focused the themes into a commanding case for his 'inclusive approach' of business.' Sir Peter Parker


Other Published Work

Leadership in Tomorrow's Company Centre for Tomorrow's Company, 1999

Organisational Development, Longmans 1972 (co-author)

Managerial Leadership in Post-industrial Society, Gower 1988

The Talent-intensive Organisation Economist, Intelligence Unit 1992 (co-author)

Managing Talent, FT Pitman 1993

Managing Change, Kogan Page 1995

Strategic Management, Kogan Page 2003

Tomorrow's Global Talent, (co-author) Tomorrow’s Company 2009

Tomorrow's Global Talent; a New Talent Agenda for the UK. Tomorrow’s Company and the Talent and Enterprise Task Force., (Co-author ) 2010

Sustainability in a Post-Scarcity World, Ashgate, 2010 (forthcoming)