We live in one of those moments in history of revolutionary change. New technologies have enabled us to be truly globally connected, unleashing amazing potential at the individual level. Yet we are still anchored with the baggage of management technology that surfaced at the start of the industrial revolution.
To truly embrace the language of a digitalised world and become socially engaged co-creators, we need new approaches, tools and mindsets to inspire and organise a networked workforce.
Devendran Sinnadurai from Leaderonomics talks about the case for hacking our approach to management, set against a background where leadership norms are increasingly driven by purpose, learning or experimentation and being a socially engaged activist.
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