Month: March 2014

Why Bureaucracy Must Die

Innovation needs to be intrinsic and instinctual within our organisations if we are going to be able to adapt and thrive when met with future challenges. As we move from a knowledge-based economy into a creativity-based economy it is initiative, creativity and engagement that will be sought out in the work force. Yet the internal hierarchal structures in our companies are inhibiting, rather than aiding this. Gary Hamel, one of the …

Beyond Bureaucracy – The Technology Revolution

“The Internet will change the relationship between consumers and producers in ways more profound than you can yet imagine. The Internet is not just another marketing channel; it’s not just another advertising medium. The Internet is the foundation for a new industrial order.” – Gary Hamel | Fortune Magazines first cover story on the Internet | 1998 Though an ambitious outlook back in 1998, Gary Hamel’s co-authored article for fortune …

The Business Influentials Welcomes Gary Hamel to Auckland on May 27!

Listed by The Journal of Business Strategy as one of the 20th century’s most influential business thinkers, Hamel’s groundbreaking concepts have transformed business strategies and management practices around the world. An authority on innovative management, Hamel has proven to be an instrumental force of change in how businesses are run and organisations function. A regular contributor to a range of publications,Hamel’s landmark books and articles have set precedence for management strategists, profoundly …