Wednesday, August 30, 2006


The Megacommunity Manifesto

Public, private, and civil leaders should confront together the problems that none can solve alone.

"Leaders everywhere no longer express as much confidence about the future as they once did. When they speak candidly, it often sounds as if they feel trapped in quicksand, unable to move forward easily. The methods and tools that helped them succeed in the past no longer work."

The root cause of the challenges confronting these leaders is complexity: the growing density of linkages among people, organizations, and issues all across the world. Because people communicate so easily across national and organizational boundaries, the conventional managerial decision-making style — in which a boss exercises decision rights or delegates them to subordinates — is no longer adequate.

For more insight into open sourcing problems of the enterprise, check out the Megacommunity Manifesto by thought leaders at Booz Allen Hamilton...

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