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Wednesday
Oct 13th, 2010
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Arena
Pacific Time
Over the past decade, the Internet has had a profound impact on just about every organization around the world. It has enabled dramatic efficiency gains in core processes and has radically changed service delivery in industries as diverse as education, financial services, publishing, and entertainment.

However, the greatest impact of the Internet is likely to come over the next decade as it starts to reshape the traditional management processes and structures that are used to run large-scale institutions. The management practices found in most organizations today trace their roots back to the Industrial Age or to medieval religious orders. While this model was well suited to a world requiring conformance and discipline, it is woefully inadequate and even toxic in today's world of accelerating change.

To thrive in the years ahead, every organization must become as nimble as change itself—a challenge that will require a fundamental rewiring of our tradition-bound management principles and practices.

Unlike most organizations, the web is a cauldron of innovation; it is extraordinarily malleable and highly adaptable. In these respects, it already exhibits exactly those qualities that will be most critical to organizational success in the years to come.

That's why the management model of every organization will need to be rebuilt on the fundamental values of the web: freedom, openness, transparency, collaboration, flexibility, and meritocracy. In this provocative and practical presentation, Gary Hamel will lay out a blueprint for "Management 2.0" and outline the steps you can take to help your organization to become as adaptable as the times demand.

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Is Gary's presentation going to be posted for review?

RT @cdetorres: "If life had been run on the principles of six sigma, we'd still be slime." - Hamel #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10

at NCSU, even though students w/ laptops are in the high 90%, they still have 41% of students who use computer labs once a week. #E10_GS01

#E10_GS01 "The Rise of the Stupid Network" - still worth a read years later (http://www.isen.com/stupid.html)

RT @stevemtzn: RT @UWS_jkmiech: RT @Onkloud9: Hamel: "Innovation is born in the gap between resources and aspiration" #E10_GS01 #educause10

Excellent session from Gary Hamel #Educause10 #E10_GS01

RT @Onkloud9: Hamel: "Innovation is born in the gap between resources and aspiration" #E10_GS01 #educause10 http://bit.ly/di4Wnw

Halem: 3rd challenge (after cognitive/denial and strategic/options) is political: realigning talent & capital. #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10 @vilby

RT @UWS_jkmiech: RT @Onkloud9: Hamel: "Innovation is born in the gap between resources and aspiration" #E10_GS01 #educause10 http://bit.ly/di4Wnw

RT @vilby: Follow Gary Hamel on Twitter: @profhamel. See comments on his Educause general session by searching for #E10_GS01. #E10_GS01

RT @Onkloud9: Hamel: "Innovation is born in the gap between resources and aspiration" #E10_GS01 #educause10 http://bit.ly/di4Wnw

Hamel: Fourth step is Existential: Enlarging our sense of mission. #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10

Hamel: Seek out dissidents and critics by creating a "The problem is" blog. #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10 RT @vilby: @profhamel

Hamel: One mission: We are preparing the people who will solve the complex problems in the future. #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10

Hamel: "Innovation is born in the gap between resources and aspiration" #E10_GS01 #educause10 http://bit.ly/di4Wnw

Follow Gary Hamel on Twitter: @profhamel. See comments on his Educause general session by searching for #E10_GS01.

@profhamel: Mission terms: Joy, Discovery, Wisdom, Beauty, Justice, Love, Excellence, Leadership, Quality, Service... #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10

RT @Onkloud9: Hamel: "Innovation is born in the gap between resources and aspiration" #E10_GS01 #educause10 http://bit.ly/di4Wnw

#E10_GS01 Innovation is born in the gap between aspiration and resource. #educause10

#E10_GS01 we must enlarge our sense of mission, making mission bigger than the business model.

RT @cdetorres: "If life had been run on the principles of six sigma, we'd still be slime." - Hamel #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10

Hamel: "Outsource" strategy (from the executives) by using everyone to create options and test them. #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10

crowd source strategy development #E10_GS01 #educause10 hamel

Hamel: 1000 Ideas -> 100 experiments -> 10 projects -> 1 winner. Everyone must come up with ideas. All ideas are considered. #E10_GS01

Hamel: An organisation falls behind when the internal experimentation falls behind external experimentation #E10_GS01 #educause10

3) realign talent & capital. #E10_GS01 #Educause10

#E10_GS01 Evolution via experimentation sounds expensive

We don't experiment w/ enough ideas,&aren't trying enough new things2create major innovative successes in higher ed IT #educause10 #E10_GS01

Halem: Third challenge (after cognitive/denial and strategic/options) is political: realigning talent and capital. #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10

Hamel = Gary Hanel, London Business School at General Session of #Educause10 in #E10_GS01

@google getting lots of shout-outs per #E10_GS01 keynote re: innovation and trying new things; the more you try, the more you win.

Love sitting in my office watching the Gary Hamel session where I can take notes on a real computer on Twitter. #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10

4) enlarge sense of mission #E10_GS01 #Educause10

#E10_GS01 we must be agile

#E10_GS01 Apply principles of microfinance to innovation within an organization. #educause10

#E10_GS01 Can someone fix the sound on the third floor?

Nice speech but how do you filter information when you filter by your systems preconceived vision of good?

Hamel shows change curve as exponential, but does that ever actually happen? Don't we always see an S curve instead? #E10_GS01

Hamel: Treat beliefs as hypotheses, seek out dissidents and critics, go to bleeding edge, and imagine the unimaginable. #E10_GS01

in most orgs thr R ppl living in the future, but we dont listen 2 them or invite them in 2 the decision making process #E10_GS01 #educause10

Hamel: Seek out dissidents and critics by creating a "The problem is" blog. #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10

2) create options for renewal. #E10_GS01 #Educause10

Halem: After getting beyond denial, you need to create options for renewal. #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10

evolution is a function of experimentation #E10_GS01 #educause10 hamel

Hamel: Constant experimentation is a must. Try more things. #E10_GS01 #educause10

Hamel: Google is constantly evolving by doing 5,000 experiments per year. #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10

#E10_GS01 Google has 5,000 at bats per year.

"If life had been run on the principles of six sigma, we'd still be slime." - Hamel #E10_GS01 #EDUCAUSE10

#E10_GS01 To ensure organizational change we must treat every belief as a hypothesis. #educause10


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