It's time to reinvent management. You can help.
Just a few weeks ago Harvard Business Review and McKinsey & Co. opened the first leg of their 2012/13 M-Prize challenge: " Innovating Innovation ." The M-Prize's overall goal is to "surface the world's most progressive management practices and most provocative management ideas" and connect and celebrate individuals reinventing management. This particular challenge — where I'm serving as a judge — seeks "real-world case studies and bold ideas that demonstrate how every element of a company's management model can be retooled to make it innovation-friendly."
Blog by Scott Anthony on November 30, 2012
With me being an active participant within the MIX community, I am being humbled and honored to see that the theme behind the current MIX challenge (i.e.
Hack by Charles Prabakar on November 26, 2012
Innovation is the process of brining the new into the world. And the new cannot come from the mind, i.e through thinking. If you carefully understand the mind, it consists of only knowledge.
Hack by Arnab Sinha on November 25, 2012
Game-changing innovation is a beautiful thing. Disruptive products and services are unleashed. New markets are created. Customers smile, employees cheer and shareholders win. What’s not to like?
Blog by Marla M. Capozzi on November 15, 2012
Co-Authored By Ari Kellen
Working as a manager at Zappos, I created this hack when my own team was ready to lynch me! We really needed to get our team aligned, fast.
Hack by Robert Richman on November 4, 2012
Management thinking is inherently faddish, but there are some perennial favourites that never fall out of favour. Innovation is one those evergreen themes: it is a rare CEO who doesn’t list innovation as one her top four or five priorities.
Blog by Julian Birkinshaw on November 1, 2012
Everyone is struggling to identify a way to make innovation repeatable, sustainable. But, unfortunately most thought leaders make potentially useful innovation frameworks unnecessarily complex.
Hack by Braden Kelley on October 27, 2012

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