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Improving Our Capacity to Manage

Management is one of humankind’s most important inventions. Our capacity to improve the state of the world is ultimately bounded by our capacity to manage.

Inventing Management 2.0

To create organizations that are fit for the future, we need to dramatically retool management systems around the goals of adaptability, innovation, engagement and accountability.

Course Examines Changing Work Patterns for Older Adults

Last week Barry Bluestone hosted an Open Classroom session at Northeastern University on "The Changing American Workforce" as part of a course he calls "Demography Is Destiny." This two-hour session focused on work patterns of older adults and encore careers. See the listing under February 9 for the readings on this Northeastern University link.

Economics Professor Joseph Quinn and I were the two guest speakers. There were about 100 in the audience, which was a mix of students, boomers and older adults.

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If you were compiling a list of the world’s most innovative companies, which businesses would top your list?

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