Reinventing Management for the 21st century – by Gary Hamel
Ok, the video cast isnot brand new, but it is also fast-paced, idea-packed and draws a excerpt picture for reinventing management to built up organizations fit for the future – and genuinely fit for human beings. Many thanks to Jochen Robes and Cogneon for the renewed hint. Gary Hamel, a management thinker, author and co-founder of the Management Innovation eXchange (MIX) celebrated the case for reinventing management for the 21st century.
Management must be reinvent
The core message is: It is high time that management must be reinvent. Because all the methods and instruments we have faced with management yet go back to the years before 1920. That is management 1.0. Gary Hamel stated out why we need Management 2.0 and what does could mean for the organizations as well as for the human beings.
He argued that the web have had already the deep values for the future like openess, meritocracy, flexibility and collaboration. And theses values becomes the same significance for the organizations. Why? Because the web is already adabtable, is already inventor and is already amazing engageable. But he doesnot mean the tools. He described rather that we have to concentrate on that principles and we have to transform them – not to copy (!) – into the organizations.
His final appeal
Finally he appealed that we have the change to change the organizations we work in. And that is the firt time since industrial revolution we cannot build a company that is fit for the future without the right fitness for human beeings. So we have to take that change because human beings are amazingly adaptable and enormous reselient!
To sum up that video cast: Hamel paints a vivid picture of what it means to build up organizations that are fundamentally fit for the future by mobilizing people and organizing resources to productive ends. And his presentation is deeply impressive. And now best entertainment for you!