It's time to reinvent management. You can help.
Using fluid team structures 1) to promote new serendipitous connections and innovation, 2) to develop people for competencies rather than prescribed roles, 3) to better match those people to business
Hack by Ben Biddle on May 9, 2012
Replace the fundamental control relationship in the organization from ‘boss-subordinate’ to ‘mentor investor-intrapreneur team’, where mentor investors are modeled on the angel
Hack by Tory Gattis on May 20, 2010
Positions (and accompanying titles) are reflective of the rigid, hierarchical, fear-ridden and overly centralized organizations that [irrespective of the organization and by themselves] both set-up an
Hack by Monique Jordan on July 17, 2013
Teaming, also referred to as a self-directed work structure, participative management or a high performance work system, is a cultural priority for GE Aviation Supply Chain.  It is an effort to m
Story by Rasheedah Jones on July 14, 2013
By introducing a series of 5 predictive people management processes, HR and people management shifts from a reactive to proactive function.
Hack by Bruce Lewin on July 17, 2013
 Look, we have to find lots of ways to help our organizations  -- sometimes one person or one team at a time -- move toward the future.
Hack by Dan Oestreich on September 21, 2010
So, you've decided that experimentation is the path to innovation.
Hack by Laura Cerruti on September 18, 2010
In the 21st Century, leaders must be innovative. Leaders must be smart. Leaders must be able to multi-task several projects with a seemingly boundless creativity.
Hack by Elkanah Carnell Reed on January 5, 2013
When looking for the ‘right way’ to manage our organisations and people, it would be naive to believe there is a ‘one size fits all’ solution that will lead us to the overflowing pot of profits at the
Hack by Annette Kendall on December 15, 2011