Hack your company !
This is the second post in a series profiling Googlers who facilitate classes as part of our g2g program, in which Googlers teach, share and learn from each other. Finding the inner programmer in every Googler
The Employees First Effect
HCL Technologies: Transformational Global Services for IT and Engineering
Ed Trevisani hangs with his young sons when they come home from school. He volunteers as a Boy Scout leader, serves on nonprofit boards, and teaches management at Philadelphia-area universities. He’s even been known to sit on the back porch in the middle of the workday. Not bad for a guy who’s still pulling down as much as he did when he was a partner with IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Trevisani is a Wharton MBA and GE alum who now manages high-powered projects for Fortune 500 companies and advises executives on operational issues, change management, and potential mergers. He does all these assignments on a temporary basis, working as an independent contractor. The Rise of the Supertemp
Rules For the Social Era - Nilofer Merchant “This business model is right for a company selling Purina Dog Chow, circa 1970.”
Don't Let What You Know Limit What You Imagine - Bill Taylor One of the most perplexing features of these troubled times is that so many capable people in so many fields look so lost and ineffective.
Nordstrom Innovation Lab
Let them hack your innovation! Thousands of different ways Each of them has its benefits: open innovation (Chesbrough, 2003.