Proposing a radical -- root-replacing -- potentially enduring transformation of business by embracing Web 2.0 people-respecting values and tools and harvesting their benefits
Hack by Robert Moore on June 29, 2011
In the new economy, employees are often perplexed by the disconnect between employee technology and corporate objectives. Executives talk about employee empowerment, the need for innovation, the importance of social media and new business models. But they provide employees with locked-down desktop...
Blog by Paul D'Arcy on June 7, 2011
Create a networked community connecting present and ex-consultants that 1) promotes sharing of solutions and problems2) identifies resources availability for projects
Hack by Bernard Tan on July 13, 2011

The introduction into the workplace of social media tools and other technologies that make communication easier, broader, and faster, tend to underscore a lesson that most managers used to take many years to learn: that we lead not by controlling but by inspiring.

Using the theory behind existing technologies to change the way organizations manage innovation.
Hack by Amanda Drescher on June 2, 2011
Social media is an easy, proactive, real time mass communication approach about connecting people.
Hack by Avijit Saha on July 17, 2011
How does a Dell engineer’s job change when they get to talk to customers? It opens up an information flow so they can co-create something better. You have to earn the right to sell to somebody. That’s why Dell is building relationships with customers and becoming trustied advisors through the Dell...
Blog by Dell on June 3, 2010
This hack would "Personify the Legal Enity" as to socializing with the External Environment as well as the Internal Environment.
Business professionals need to be able to always stand out in the crowd and set themselves apart given our current society—but, how? 
Story by Samantha Hager on May 1, 2019

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