Harnessing the power of the Web to Reinvent Management.
The Management 2.0 Hackathon, a joint collaborative effort by the MIX, Saba, and the Enterprise 2.0 Conference, was inspired by hacakathons in the world of software development. A management hackathon is a short, intense, coordinated effort to develop useful hacks—innovative ideas or solutions—that can be implemented by organizations to overcome barriers to progress and innovation.
For the Management 2.0 Hackathon, we wanted to discover what pathologies were holding backing Management 1.0 today, what principles of the Web could inspire Management 2.0, and where companies are already applying these principles successfully. The process would culminate in the development of management hacks, designed to be practical experiments and practices that any organization could apply today.
More than 900 progressive management practitioners and technologists from around the world joined this hands-on effort—sharing perspectives, contributing ideas, and generating hacks.
It was a massive collaborative effort that yielded some very compelling results.
Refer to: http://www.managementexchange.com/blog/management-20-hackathon-using-inspiration-web-hack-management
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