It's time to reinvent management. You can help.
Tech companies have unleashed the creativity latent within their organizations through “hackathons” - intense ideation events where teams of professionals move quickly from idea to prototype.
Hack by David Roth on March 20, 2011
Using personal and social networks (Web 2.0) to invigorate and motivate others to achieve dramatic results in a very short period of time.
Story by Raymond Campbell on January 13, 2011

Dell VP James Franklin talks with Gary Hamel about the impact of social media on today's organizations and the expectations of a workforce that is growing up on the web.

My conversation with our newest MIX Maverick Andrew McAfee yielded all kinds of bracing insight when it comes to how we set strategy, structure work, unleash talent, and measure success. But I haven’t been able to shake one idea in particular he threw out at the end of our conversation as a...
Blog by Polly LaBarre on September 9, 2010
Unilever is the second largest FMCG company in the world, with a huge environmental and social footprint.  We are committed to growing in all our markets, but believe that growth and sustainabili
Story by Thomas Lingard on May 11, 2012
Only a third of excellent companies remain excellent over the long term. Even fewer change programs succeed. These are the facts, yet these need not be the odds of success for your organization. Insightful advice (beyond common sense) and pragmatic methods (readily applicable) are available to help...
Design and nurture "Revolution Communities" whose objective is to reinvent the business of your company while abiding by new principles that reflect a more patient, social, principled capitalism; then
Hack by Luis Alberola on May 10, 2012
Almost every conceivable enterprise from large industrial conglomerates, hospitals, humanitarian organizations, and professional sports leagues to municipal police forces, consumer products companies
Story by Robert Mackey on March 4, 2015
Have business advisors over the years analysed and reverse enginered strategy / management thinking to such a point that it has now become too complex and too clinical?
Barrier by James Mason on September 23, 2010

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