Gary Hamel on the Future of Management
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The Management Innovation Exchange (MIX), an open innovation project aimed at reinventing management for the 21st century, has posted a thought-provoking presentation by MIX founder Gary Hamel. In this engaging 15-minute talk (part of a lecture in the University of Phoenix Distinguished Guest Video Lecture Series), Gary sketches the evolution of management from its invention in the early 1900s through its stagnation in the 60s and 70s to its current existential crisis -- a crisis he says demands a re-invention of the core concept itself. In his inimitable style, Gary provocatively and persuasively argues that only radical management innovation can save organizations from becoming extinct in today's world of constant change.
In his presentation, HCL Technologies is the only company Gary cites as an example of such organizational innovation and describes at some length how HCL embodies "the future" of management.
We thank University of Phoenix for providing this video clip that is part of a lecture in the University of Phoenix Distinguished Guest Video Lecture Series. http://www.phoenix.edu/