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A revolution in management is brewing...

Around the globe, at every level, in all kinds of organizations, inspired innovators are staging inventive experiments to make their organizations as adaptable, creative, engaging, and accountable as the people who work there. In the past, it was difficult for management innovators to share their experiences directly with others — but now we have the MIX.

Dig into these real-world case studies of management innovation, and mix it up with the positive deviants who are changing the game. Have you tried something new? Share it here and see what others think.

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

The meetings we endured and designed, added to frustrations and stress in an already caustic work place.
Story by Ellen Weber on July 31, 2010
Much has been written about organizational trouble shooting, fishbone analysis, force field analysis and so on.
Story by Cheenu Srinivasan on July 30, 2010
By Devirupa MitraNew Delhi, June 13 (IANS) Forty-three-year-old Keerti Pradhan, a health management specialist, went to Africa for the first time in 2000.
You may think this company is nuts! They have people who make it work but they aren't employees and they don't make salaries. They have presence in five cities but they don't have a single office.
Story by Matt Shlosberg on July 29, 2010
“It’s an environment the likes of which managers have never seen—a Great Disruption in which the old rules for success become recipes for failure, and ‘doing more with less’ will not be nearly eno
Story by Maynard Brusman on July 24, 2010
A stressed out small businessman learns, the hard way, the importance of a work place where people are energized and motivated by working the way that works for them.
Story by Henry Stewart on July 21, 2010
Radical change is never easy, especially in a tradition oriented institution. Church revolution is not for the faint of heart. We will experience more failures than we do success.
Story by onski on July 20, 2010
People who conclude that more money is needed before they can launch innovative projects, may be asking the wrong question.
Story by Ellen Weber on July 20, 2010
I'm convinced that the constantly changing world needs to take intoconsideration the impact of socio-cultural values, masculine and feminine.Inventing new values and improving our professional life on
Story by Gabriele Eibner on July 17, 2010
Faced with the challenge of encouraging growth in its smaller, regional brands, one large global organization creates a virtual network of innovators worldwide
Story by Peter Robbins on July 11, 2010
An Anglican parish launches a bold experiment with a radical model of how to “do church,” by  replacing hierarchy with communities of passion, and unleashing the capabilities of its c
Story by Drew Williams on July 10, 2010
You probably know people whose mothers loom large - even in their adult lives.  Their every move is slowed by the tugging of apron strings and the daunting consideration of what mother would thin
Story by Julian Birkinshaw on July 6, 2010
The antiquated days of attending the boss' party, dinner, or 4th of July BBQ have slipped away from us.
Story by Dana Ray on July 6, 2010

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