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Stories, Hacks, & Barriers

Groundbreaking ideas and practices from Ellen Weber
Through reinvigorated people, passion and purpose at its hub, capitalism stokes mental capacity for gains lost over pastdecades.
Hack by Ellen Weber on March 5, 2012
Some say with relief that the old economy’s gone. Other’s say that new markets may never emerge.
Hack by Ellen Weber on September 4, 2011
The traps that hold back new talent may be the very traditions dubbed as excellent where you work! Innovation requires risk - and novelty  surpasses traditions that drive most organizations
Hack by Ellen Weber on July 10, 2011
When we rate in status quo hierarchies - (What's best and what's worse?) we pretend one whole is superior to another and before seeing novel possibilities of either, we stack
Hack by Ellen Weber on May 26, 2011
10 Key Differences between Benevolent Dictators and Brainpowered Facilitators Benevolent dictator - Leader Traits Facilitator brainpowered - Leader Traits
Hack by Ellen Weber on March 30, 2011
Whenever we can become the change we seek, that day's a sheer honor, and it happened to me quite recently!
Hack by Ellen Weber on December 7, 2010
What if the way we rate people’s efforts and talents, too often kills initiatives and undermines trust?
Hack by Ellen Weber on October 31, 2010
In past, valid knowledge equaled the sum of what people viewed, discovered, or learned.
Hack by Ellen Weber on October 18, 2010
When feedback meets criteria that aligns with brain operations, (such as optimizing the brain's chemical and electrical circuitry), people grow from others' wisdom. The opposite is also true.
Barrier by Ellen Weber on October 14, 2010
Until we promote leaders through mindful transparency, unskilled bosses will continue to hold innovation hostage at the helm.
Barrier by Ellen Weber on September 25, 2010
While keen tone skills offer more opportunities to collaborate -  as we draw from people's excellent ideas and insights in any discussion -  innovation loses when tone is lost.
Barrier by Ellen Weber on September 16, 2010

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Enlist a small group of employees to volunteer in an external, community-related project to demonstrate how collaboration and community can solve real world problems for individual and organizational
Enlist a small group of employees to volunteer in an external, community-related project to demonstrate how collaboration and community can solve real world problems for individual and organizational