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To tackle big, thorny challenges, you need big, unconventional ideas.

That’s what you’ll find here: boundary-pushing proposals for changing the way organizations work and leaders lead — from setting strategy to allocating resources to designing work to rewarding and compensating individuals.

Check out the disruptive ideas and radical fixes posted by your fellow MIXers below — and join them in stirring the pot by proposing your own. A hack can be as seemingly basic as a better way to run meetings or as high-stakes as a complete overhaul of the compensation system — as long as it turns the tables on management-as-usual and offers up a pathway to progress on one of the moonshots.

The MIX Lab / Hacks

A dynamic collection of real-world case studies from the MIX community

 1 Contesting(even opposing)in politics, or military, can not only facilitate social progress in terms of science and technology, liberty and democracy and so on, but also have devastating conseq
Hack by Aaron Brook on August 22, 2014
Not everything you do can be tracked, but it can be thought of as part of more relatable task-stuctures.
Hack by Rob Bridgett on August 10, 2014
 First, in the modern enterprise management, there simultaneously exist two conflicting management needs. One is to have an equal, shared management system for innovation.
Hack by Aaron Brook on August 5, 2014
   Based on the internal logic of human nature throughout the whole history of management thought, I can prove a natural and flexible “three-tier management”, and at the same time make
Hack by Aaron Brook on July 29, 2014
If there was to be a revolution in the Project Management space, what would it possibly be / look like?This is what I would predict: All managers would become extinct, just like Dinosaurs – in the nea
Hack by Himesh KC on July 25, 2014
 Absolute value, relative value, and added value(similar to fringe benefits)Humans are the beginning point and ending point of all social sciences.
Hack by Aaron Brook on July 22, 2014
LinkedIn, as a business-oriented social networking site, in my view, can create conditions to allow most of its users, that is, all registered identified professional talents, to willingly co-found a
Hack by Aaron Brook on July 6, 2014
Are we really resources? What is "Human" resource? Is it time to give us all the benefit of doubt and qualify ourselves better?
Hack by Himesh KC on June 16, 2014
‘Going to work’ used to mean showing up at the office where your manager would tell you what to work on that day and closely monitor your progress. This is obviously no longer the case.
We want to completely revamp traditional project proposal methods in businesses to allow for greater creativity, innovation, and employee ownership.
Hack by Christian Lee on March 31, 2014
With PEPFAR and Global Fund, improving global health is no longer constraint by money.  Instead, global health is now constrained by technology.  The global health community lacks a collabor
Hack by Kurt Grela on March 31, 2014
Gild helps companies hire skilled developers by ensuring that candidates stand out on their proven abilities, not just their resumes.
Hack by Rebecca Aronauer on March 31, 2014
The employees in an organization can be categorized as Gatekeepers: Who control the resources and much more; Innate Achievers – Who excel at taking initiatives and tu
Hack by Joel Modestus on March 31, 2014
Decisions on business bottlenecks can be made by concerned employees (regardless of their rank) aptly only when the broader aspects of business are clear to them. This can be achieved by understa
Hack by AMIT NANDA on March 31, 2014

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