The management model in most organizations is out of step with our times. The model of the past is a hierarchical structure, with a bureaucracy that runs on conformity, control, standardization, and specialization. It was designed for large organizations to be efficient at scale, not to address the ways humans work best.
Come to this session armed with your questions. You’ll be able to submit questions directly to our panelists for a live Q&A session during the hour.
Gary Hamel has identified the practices and ideas that are reinventing leading corporations in this new model, inspired and enabled by social technology. The Wall Street Journal has ranked Professor Hamel (London Business School) as the world’s most influential business thinker. Fortune has called him “the world’s leading expert on business strategy.” He is co-founder of the Management Innovation eXchange and a best-selling author
As General Manager of the Enterprise 2.0 Conference and the BrainYard.com, Paige is responsible for business strategy, brand direction, and content programs. Her experience includes roles in business development, product management, event production and sales. Paige holds a Law degree from the University of Manchester in England.
Milind Pansare is senior director for Social and Collaboration software at Saba. He has over 25 years of experience in Silicon Valley, and has led product marketing, product management, partner programs and large engineering teams at silicon valley startups and larger silicon valley companies like Sun Microsystems and HP. He has also served as an advisor to startups at a prominent silicon valley startup incubator. He holds a degree in Computer Science.
Today’s social media technologies offer an alternative. It is now possible for organizations to be:
From a practical standpoint, organizations use the Internet’s DNA—its values of transparency, collaboration, meritocracy, and self-determination—to fundamentally transform management. Join the conversation as Gary Hamel shares insights in this free, interactive webcast on April 18.
You’ll walk away with the principles and tools of the Web that will make your company more adaptive, innovative, inspiring—and fit to embrace the opportunities of a fast-approaching future. After the event, you will receive a webcast report and regular updates on the best new ideas in management innovation from the Management Innovation eXchange.
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