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The Golden Age Of Management Is Now

The Golden Age Of Management Is Now | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
We live in a golden age of management, that combines continuous innovation with disciplined execution. It is as passionately romantic as it is relentlessly practical. 24 recent books constitute a new canon of management.
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1.       From maximizing shareholder value to profitable customer delight.
2.       From sustainable competitive advantage to continuous strategic adaptation.
3.       From a pre-occupation with efficiency to co-creating value with stakeholders.
4.       From uni-directional value chains to multi-directional value networks.
5.       From steep hierarchies to shared responsibilities.
6.       From control and bureaucracy to disciplined innovation.
7.       From economic value to values that grow the firm.
8.       From command to conversation.
9.       From managing the machine to stewardship of stakeholders.
10.      From episodic improvements to a paradigm shift in management.

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Corporate Transformation Starts Here

Corporate Transformation Starts Here | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Business, organization and culture change are hot topics in the corporate
world today. However, they often remain conceptual thinking: implementation
is seen as difficult. Where to start? The trigger can be as simple as a
meeting. But not the usual one. Here’s an example of how a single,
different type of meeting can kick off a new collaborative culture.
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Anne Landreat's curator insight, June 30, 8:32 AM

Changement de culture d'entreprise : par où commencer pour le faire, vraiment (et cesser - un peu - d'en parler...)

 

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Why Can't We End Short-Termism?

Why Can't We End Short-Termism? | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
The reason we can’t solve the problem of short-termism is that it’s just a symptom. The real disease is maximizing shareholder value.
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Management in Networks

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The rebel within

The rebel within | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
The connection economy rewards the leader, the initiator, and the rebel. — Seth Godin, The Icarus Deception I believe that the future of the art of living can be found by gazing into the past. If w...
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"A new capitalism needs a new form of communications"

"A new capitalism needs a new form of communications" | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
In December of 2012, Robert Phillips quit his high-profile, high-paying job as President and CEO of Edelman, EMEA – the world’s largest Public Relations firm, responsible for over 1,200 people and ...
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Traditional organizational hierarchy is soon history

Traditional organizational hierarchy is soon history | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Traditional organizational hierarchy is soon history and we end up facing with something completely new - From hierarchy to collaboration
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Anne Landreat's curator insight, July 2, 4:11 PM

L'organisation pyramidale hiérarchique serait-elle donc bientôt de l'histoire ancienne ?..

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Social Technology and the Changing Context of Leadership | Wharton Leadership

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Daniel Macdonald's curator insight, June 26, 12:11 PM

Interesting ideas on changing need for leadership!

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Why Hierarchy Is Outdated: The (Long Overdue) Need For Organizational Adaptability

Why Hierarchy Is Outdated: The (Long Overdue) Need For Organizational Adaptability | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Hierarchy is outdated. The age-old system originally designed by the military and adopted by corporate America has been rendered obsolete for the simple fact that it promotes irrelevance. Here’s why.
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Linda Alexander's curator insight, June 10, 8:50 AM

Schools were organized according to a factory model and the leadership hierarchy adopted from the military.  Both models are outdated and need to be reconstructed with more shared accountabilities with an alignment on purpose.  However, a rudderless ship does not work, so the voice of a leader is still necessary....  

Anne Landreat's curator insight, June 13, 10:01 AM

Et c'est un militaire de haut rang qui le dit...

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Of Passion, Togetherness and Rowing

Of Passion, Togetherness and Rowing | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
What makes you love doing something? What keeps you doing it over time,
tirelessly? In our ever more rapidly changing world, permanence of emotions
is a mystery.
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New blog post. What if work could be like this?
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Some lessons we’ve learned about adoption | Sei Mani

Some lessons we’ve learned about adoption | Sei Mani | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
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KPCB Internet trends 2014

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Internet Trends Conference 2014, by Mary Meeker (May 28, 2014)
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Disengagement is not a flaw: It’s built into the system

Disengagement is not a flaw: It’s built into the system | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
A survey by the Energy Project and The Harvard Business Review found — surprise! — that people are disengaged at work. As Tony Schwartz and Christine Porath put it, The way we’re working isn’t working.
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In2Summit: Senior Marketers Call For More Diverse, Braver PR People

In2Summit: Senior Marketers Call For More Diverse, Braver PR People | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
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The Disconnect in Connecting the Workplace - Brian Solis

The Disconnect in Connecting the Workplace - Brian Solis | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
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Trust me, PR is dead: welcome to the progressive corporate future

Trust me, PR is dead: welcome to the progressive corporate future | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
There is a lot of thinking right now about what the role of PR is in the future. In this guest pos...
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Diversity’s new frontier

Diversity’s new frontier | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
It’s time to rethink diversity. Advances in neurological research can help organizations operationalize diversity of thought and eventually change how…
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Radical Change: Engaging Communities

Radical Change: Engaging Communities | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
It doesn't have to be 'them and us'. With the right type of engagement, it can be 'us' all around. I'm seeing increased interest in the power of socially moderated and driven change models:
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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, July 15, 6:00 AM

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I really agree with this statement:


Momentum is one of the hardest aspects of change: you can easily create disturbance, but like ripples on the water, it soon fades away. True change requires momentum over time, and that can only be generated from within the community, not input from outside.


It's socially created and socially moderated, so almost by definition, it requires engagement from the community.

Miguel Herrera E.'s curator insight, July 17, 3:02 AM

Un modelo para el cambio

 

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The End of Management

The End of Management | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Corporate bureaucracy is becoming obsolete. Why managers should think like venture capitalists
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Rethinking the Workplace Relationship of the Future

Rethinking the Workplace Relationship of the Future | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
Diego Rivera’s The Worker Isn’t it time to change the dominant stories we’ve been taught about workplace relationships? They’re old, exhausted and defeating. They’re based on models of thinking abo...
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Big Bang Theories and the Kabbalah of Public Relations

Big Bang Theories and the Kabbalah of Public Relations | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
I have been thinking about the Lurianic Kabbalah this week – the medieval, mystical Judaic texts that seek to explain the chaos of the world and to understand what it will take to return to order, human fulfilment and/ or Messianic arrival (the three may not be unrelated).

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The Full New York Times Innovation Report

The New York Times' Innovation Report in its full-color version that was handed out to employees.
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Workshop My social Com' - Introduction aux médias sociaux [FR]

Les réseaux sociaux restent encore un univers opaque pour vous? Comment les utiliser lorsque l'on monte une start up? Quand s'y mettre? Quelles sont les erreurs…
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Synthesis: Imagining the Post-Bureaucratic Organization

Synthesis: Imagining the Post-Bureaucratic Organization | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
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1. Serve peers and customers, not the boss

2. Break up monolithic structures

3. Give everyone a place at the table

4. Radically expand the scope of employee autonomy

5. Create meritocraties where influence is based on contribution, not credentials

6. Provide real-time access to open information

7. Drive performance through a shared sense of purpose and community

8. Ditch formality

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How Chief Communications Officers Have Changed

How Chief Communications Officers Have Changed | Acting for Change | Scoop.it
If you are a chief communications officer CCO, your job has changed significantly, and you need to be aware of it.
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Creating A Connected Organization for the 21st Century

The future of work is here. We need 21st century leaders to build connected organizations on the edges. This deck summarizes my model on how to implement str...
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