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Please include links to their blogs, books, or articles, if possible.

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Ones I know and like a lot:

John Seddon, "Freedom from Command and Control"

Jurgen Appelo, "Management 3.0"

They might not be "top", but they're worth reading. Jurgen in particular introduces a lot of other concepts which are related to his style, so if you're looking to find out what you don't know you don't know, read his first.

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Rework from the 37 Signals guys gives you a really different spin on Project Management.

http://www.amazon.com/Rework-Jason-Fried/dp/0307463745/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1311506689&sr=8-1

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