MIX Mashup 2014

Reinventing the Technology of Human Accomplishment
November 18–20, 2014  |  New York City

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New speakers and sessions announced. Can we (finally) kill bureaucracy? How do we change the way we change? How do you launch a management experiment? Learn more about the program here.

How do you change the DNA of an entrenched organization? How do you achieve deep, durable change without having to go through a crisis? How do you craft an authentic and participative approach to change? Vineet Nayar is the rare leader who has not only asked, but successfully answered these questions.

Steve Jobs famously said, "It's more fun to be a pirate than to join the Navy." True enough. But what if you're IN the Navy? How do you change the system when you don't control it? Join us for a special session at this year's Mashup on becoming a productive management hacker.

Reinventing the Technology of Human Accomplishment

The MIX Mashup is a gathering of the vanguard of management innovators—pioneering leaders, courageous hackers, and agenda-setting thinkers from every realm of endeavor. It’s three days of the most advanced thinking and ambitious experiments—designed to inspire, equip, and connect participants in the collective project of making our organizations fit for the future—and fit for human beings.

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Mario Kaphan
Jackie Lynton
Vineet Nayar
HCL Technologies
Polly LaBarre
Frederic Laloux
Jay Simons
Helen Bevan
National Health Service
Mark P. McDonald
Bjarte Bogsnes
Gary Hamel
London Business School