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We live in a world where never before has leadership been so necessary but where so often leaders seem to come up short. Our sense is that this is...
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The term “innovation” gets bandied about a lot these days. For organizations to truly benefit from their innovation initiatives, they first must...
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Management thinking is inherently faddish, but there are some perennial favourites that never fall out of favour. Innovation is one those evergreen...
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When we launched the Harvard Business Review/McKinsey M-Prize for Management Innovation last year, our goal was to surface the world’s most amazing...
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Watch Gary Hamel, co-founder of the Management Innovation eXchange (MIX), discuss how to make innovation an everyday, everywhere capability. In this...

Mavericks on MIX TV


MIX co-founder Gary Hamel’s conversation with Terri Kelly, president and CEO of W.L. Gore on the celebrated company's long-running experiment in natural leadership and managing without managers.


Kim Spinder was a civil servant with the Dutch Ministry of Internal Affairs when she devised a seemingly simple hack of work with a potentially radical impact. Here she offers up a short course on how to hack the system and make a real impact—even when you don’t have permission or a budget.  


A rousing conversation between David Kelley, founder and chairman of IDEO & founder of the d. school (and author of the new book, Creative Confidence) and Bob Sutton, author (Scaling up Excellence), Stanford professor, & co-founder of the d. school on cultivating the “supply side” of the creative economy.


Jay Simons, president of Australian software dynamo Atlassian, gives a hilarious, fast-paced tour of a company ruled by values, not rules. He describes what a true commitment to open and transparency looks like, shares what it means to create a truly collaborative organization, and demos a collection of Atlassian’s clever and idiosyncratic practices.