26. Require all managers to schedule regular drop-in "office hours" for their individual-contributor employees.
27. Close down enough office space so that you have fewer desks than employees.
28. Connect two locations via a two-way permanent video link using wall-sized telepresence screens.
29. Source 2,000 hours (one person-year) worth of work from online marketplaces such as oDesk, eLance, and RentACoder.
30. Crowdsource a solution to a business problem.
31. Choose a new product concept to fund and launch using an X-prize-type internal contest among prototypes produced by competing teams.
32. Declare a "Wikipedia Wednesday" and get your employees to create or improve at least 100 pages based on their expertise.
33. Run an analytics exercise to compute the worst and best 10% customers based on profit margins.
34. Run a faux-Dilbert cartoon contest among employees.
35. Create a video of your newest employee interviewing the CEO.
36. Ban PowerPoint at C-suite briefings and require presenters to submit a written narrative to guide the discussion beforehand.
37. Install standing laptop desks with power supplies in all water cooler/break room areas.
38. Supply high-quality free coffee to your employees.
39. Install a treadmill in every break room.
40. Rewrite your employment contract so that employees do not give up rights to ideas outside of a narrowly defined scope relevant to your business.
41. Get rid of desktop office software (for word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations).
42. Create an internal version of Kickstarter (either in-house or using a white-label service).
43. Get rid of desk phones and issue work cellphones to all employees.
44. Sponsor a local co-working location in your city and reserve a few desks for employees.
45. Identify the savviest social media person among your employees and offer him or her a roving "internal blogger" job.
46. Create an internal time marketplace and let every employee reserve 20% of their time for sale on it.
47. Challenge every major function to put together a barcamp within a week of an announcement.
48. Fire a customer.
49. Run a C-level brainstorm to figure out what it would mean for your company to be a "platform."
50. Figure out whether your company's primary competence lies in infrastructure, product development, or customer relationships (based on John Hagel's "Unbundling the Corporation" model).