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The evolution of the 21st century enterprise and new views on emergent organizing principles
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The Consumerization of Management, Part 1

Technology is changing the nature of work and the terms of management. By creating a work environment that is:

 

*Connected in terms of bringing people together where ever and when ever without restrictions based on position in the organization.

 

*Information intensive focusing on data and decisions as the key resources for creating value, directing processes and producing outcomes.

 

*Open in the sense that barriers to resources, expertise and productive capacity are falling in the world of globalized supply chain, trade and services.

 

*Innovation intensive as growth becomes harder to achieve, sustain and extend in a more competitive, complicated, and constrained market.  Where there is slow or challenging growth, there is a greater need for innovation.


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How Managers Become Leaders

How Managers Become Leaders | Leadership 2.0 | Scoop.it

"What I found is that to make the transition successfully, executives must navigate a tricky set of changes in their leadership focus and skills, which I call the seven seismic shifts. They must learn to move from specialist to generalist, analyst to integrator, tactician to strategist, bricklayer to architect, problem solver to agenda setter, warrior to diplomat, and supporting cast member to lead role."

 

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Minding your digital business: McKinsey Global Survey

Minding your digital business: McKinsey Global Survey | Leadership 2.0 | Scoop.it

"Executives expect that new digital technologies will transform their businesses, but many admit their companies are far from prepared in developing capabilities and meeting challenges."

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When E2.0 transforms the organization chart

When E2.0 transforms the organization chart | Leadership 2.0 | Scoop.it

"It is rational to consider the Enterprise 2.0 as more agile: free circulation of the information, more autonomy and initiative allowed and encouraged, and an increased action potential thanks to collaboration."


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A design thinking primer

"Design thinking is a process by which groups can collaboratively solve problems or explore opportunities by building ideas up instead of tearing them apart."

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The invisible manager

The invisible manager | Leadership 2.0 | Scoop.it

"The leaders are often elsewhere, trying to stay away from management because they are afraid of getting stuck in status quo (it is a manager's responsibility to maintain status quo)."

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[DE] Leadership 2.0: Management by Order Mufti ist “out”

"Die neue Art der Kommunikation und Zusammenarbeit mittels Social Media ändert auch die Anforderungen an Führungskräfte. “Management by Order Mufti” funktioniert immer weniger."

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New Study: Only 10 Percent of Employees are Engaged

New Study: Only 10 Percent of Employees are Engaged | Leadership 2.0 | Scoop.it
I don’t like reading things like this, I really don’t.  But today I came across a report released by Modern Survey which found that we have a lot of work to do around engaging our employees.

With the emergence of new collaboration tools and strategies today there is really no reason for why organizations can’t focus on building a more collaborative and engaged workplace.


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Ten Skills for the Future Workforce

Ten Skills for the Future Workforce | Leadership 2.0 | Scoop.it

"Sense-making, social intelligence, novel & adaptive thinking, cross-cultural competency, computational thinking, new-media literacy, transdisciplarity, design mindset, cognitive load management, virtual collaboration. These are the 10 skills needed for the future workforce."

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If You Aren't Social, You'll Shrink: 10 Steps To Becoming a Social Business

Building a social enterprise with high collaboration and tremendous employee and client loyalty requires a plan--learn a proven one here.
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Changing the Conversation in Your Company

Changing the Conversation in Your Company | Leadership 2.0 | Scoop.it

"For these leaders, internal communication isn't just an HR function. It's an engine of value that boosts employee engagement and improves strategic alignment."


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Future of Work: Add Open Leadership, Enterprise 2.0, Connected Learning and Mix

Future of Work: Add Open Leadership, Enterprise 2.0, Connected Learning and Mix | Leadership 2.0 | Scoop.it

"... our organizations are built on 19th century learning styles coupled by 20th century leadership models fused with 21st century technologies."

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The Pathologies of Management 1.0

"Gary Hamel's video lecture on the pathologies of Management 1.0 recorded for the Management 2.0 Hackathon."

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Gary Hamel on the Future of Management

"The management model that predominates in most organizations has its roots in the early 20th century. At that time, management innova­tors were focused on the challenge of achieving efficiency at scale. Their solution was the bureaucratic organization, with its emphasis on standardiza­tion, specialization, hierarchy, conformance and control. "

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