Joost and Pim are on a mission to make work more fun. They quit their frustrating, corporate jobs and set out to travel the world to visit the world’s most inspiring organizations. While checking off their Bucket List they share everything they learn. more+
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I’d long read articles and books concerning progressive organisations with a quiet envy. Envious and also slightly mystified as to how these businesses actually made it happen - when did the opportunity for such a significant change ever appear. All these transformative, adaptive, downright off-the-wall ways to revolutionise the way we do business - they all read well, really well - but I couldn’t get my head around how to take those first few radical steps.
Bucket List visits are rarer while the corona crisis keeps us at home. But there is time to finally read some classic management books on my shelf. One was Jack Stack’s 'A stake in the Outcome' which reveals the secret of the Chinese Firecracker Factory to illustrate how to take your company from being good now into one that is constantly preparing for the future. This secret is too good to not share!