M-Prize Contenders: Stories on Reinventing Leadership
As we build towards the deadline for choosing our M-Prize winners, we're taking a look at the Stories that MIXers have shared as entries. This week, 9 promising Stories about Reinventing Leadership.
We'll be awarding M-Prizes for Stories and Hacks aligned with three of our Management Moonshots: Reinvent Leadership, Increase Trust, and Take the Work out of Work. One winner will receive a speaker's slot at HSM's World Innovation Forum in June 2011, and all winners will be featured in the McKinsey Quarterly and Gary Hamel's blog in The Wall Street Journal.
If you haven't submitted your Story yet, there's plenty of time to do so. If you have submitted your Story, there's still time to continue to develop it, solicit comments and critiques, and keep building the conversation.
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- Forget your people- real leaders act on the system (John Seddon)
- Coaching Ourselves- No money, no time, but we need management development that really works (Phil LeNir)
- Not just an ordinary day at the beach (Chris Bayliss)
- Building the social web into the fabric of the organization (Srinivas Koushik)
- Reducing workplace toxins with novelty that transforms (Ellen Weber)
- Social networks for talent identification: is the 9-box dead? (Nancy Tennant)
- Open Source meets capitalism: collaborate by competing (Jim McKeown)
- A self-reinventing organization (Matt Schlosberg)
- The best-laid plans: Radical transparency and Unprecedented participation in business forecasting (Shubhi Mittal)