While large segments of the American population have grown up in a connected world and are more comfortable with web and social networking technologies in their private lives, the companies they work
Story by Srini Koushik on April 11, 2010
One of the most interesting themes of MIX content in the year since we launched has been the role of technology in management innovation, especially social networks. Mavericks and MIXers alike have made made the argument that the effects of Web 2.0 technologies on the organization and the people in...
Blog by David Sims on April 7, 2011
The status quo business model assumes that companies create products and sell them to customers.
Hack by Matt Shlosberg on October 12, 2010
What if you could have strong ties of trust within your organization?  What if you didn’t miss opportunities to add value because you are always in the know?   Let’s put down our copies
Hack by Karl Kammerer on June 7, 2011
Design and nurture "Revolution Communities" whose objective is to reinvent the business of your company while abiding by new principles that reflect a more patient, social, principled capitalism; then
Hack by Luis Alberola on May 10, 2012
This is a really interesting story shared by my one of colleague Patrick Allman on how he was convinced that every company needs social collaboration at work while sitting in the stands watc
Story by Vipin Thomas on July 30, 2013
Decision making process relied for ages (and still does in a majority of cases) on a top-down approach, where decisions are taken by senior executives and executed by all layers below in a pre-defined
To effectively train and nurture managers/leaders, companies have to get involved.
Hack by Anna Smith on September 4, 2010
A Group of undergraduates & graduates build a sports media organization and a social network by empowering the passionate individuals through innovative management style to endorse university spor
Story by Heminda Jayaweera on July 11, 2011