Wanted: suggestions for new Bucket list pioneers

Joost
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We are always curious to discover potential pioneers for our Bucket list. Do you have suggestions for us? If so, please share them with us, and tell us why you think this pioneer should be added to the list.

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Joost

Joost

Hello Corporate Rebels team,
Thanks for the amazong work you do ! It is a pleasure to read your blog !
Pascal Demurger is a French CEO of MAIF on of the leading insurance company and he made it an "entreprise à mission" which mean with broader purposes than just profit.
A cultural swift in a CAC40 company and a political stand that brings fresh air :)
Cheers,
Raphaël

raphaelpoulet

Thanks for the tip Raphaël! Do you maybe have some English sources where we can read about Pascal Demurger and his adventure with MAIF?

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Joost

Joost

What about Gareth Flynn at TQSolutions? Whilst we are a small company still by comparison to others, Gareth started the business 12 years ago and immediately did away with the bureaucracy found in traditional corporates. Quite a few of the things you speak off about reporting lines, autonomy, choosing how, when and where you work, equity, collaborative decision making, do as much or as little development as you like as part of your day to day role, passion projects etc, all apply at TQ. He also has some great ideas about how to attract, engage and mobilise talent.

Nadine0

Thanks for the tip Nadine! Do you maybe have some sources where we can read more about TQSolutions?

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Sander

Sander

Here's one for you: David Hieatt! Founder of Hiut Denim, but more importantly: The Do Lectures

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Lucia

Lucia

I think it could be particularly interesting for you and others to learn about our self managed company in the health care sector.
And as well as an example for female leadership & female rebels! Geburtshaus Delphys, Zürich - Switzerland

We are a midwifery led care birthing house - means an out-of -hospital setting, where you can get care and give birth to your child supported only by midwifes. Kind like to give birth at home ..

we have a clear Vision why we work as we work: we want to support natural birth and a natural approach to pregnancy and childbirth!

wer are self-organized - means that all of us belong and own the company to equal parts. we work and decide on the basis of democratic principles - all of us have the same rights, no matter how long they are with us or how much experience they have. we work in a supported leadership and we have the possibility to hire new colleagues or to work with them as self-employed ones in a team.
we have some main protocolls and rules to follow like „state of the art“, obstetric protocols ...- and also some because we are in bond with the healthcare insurances.
besides those we have a lot of freedom how to work and what to decide! certanly also a lot of responsibility too!

We have lots of little temporary task forces which work on a topic either improving a worktructure or developing an obstetric topic - and bringing the results back to the whole team to discuss and decide.

we are transparent whit what we earn, what we can, how we are. Everybody can look into the salary of everybody. also all the midwifes earn the same.
we are very successful with this way to work! we are fully booked every moth of the year, we have a long waiting list for parents who want to give birth with us. financially we are healthy and we can pay ourself an ok wage. and we give ourself more holidays/free time than normal in Switzerland :)

if you want to visit us somedays, please contact me again! it would be a pleasure to me to show our organisation as a good initiative health care example!
Geburtshaus Delphys, in Zürich, Switzerland www.delphys.ch

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Pim

Pim

That sounds superb. Thanks a lot for the recommendation! Added to the list for future research visits.

I think it could be particularly interesting for you and others to learn about our self managed company in the health care sector.
And as well as an example for female leadership & female rebels! Geburtshaus Delphys, Zürich - Switzerland

Lucia

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comunicoergosum2020

comunicoergosum2020

I suggest to add the story of Adriano Olivetti an Italian genius in the 1950 years.

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Sophie

Sophie

Matthieu Dardaillon Founder of Ticket for Change and author of "Activez vos talents ils peuvent changer le monde"

Ticket for Change inspire, encourage and empower people
to unleash their talents and solve the most pressing social and environmental issues through impact-driven careers

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MonikaFrech

MonikaFrech

Anna and Jana of https://www.tandemploy.com/de/team/ are not only great leaders themselves, they also empower other companies to follow. Check them out and tell them I said hello ;-)

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MonikaFrech

MonikaFrech

Vera Schneevoigt, Chied Digital Officer at Bosch Building Technologies, before Managing Director at Fujitsu https://www.boschsecurity.com/de/de/news/presseraum/vera-schneevoigt/

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MonikaFrech

MonikaFrech

Professor Jutta Allmendinger of the WZB Berlin. https://www.wzb.eu/en/persons/jutta-allmendinger

Jutta does not get tired to research and speak up for equal opportunity workplaces and education. She is the personification of a rebel, armed with tons of reliable data and an even more reliable smile.

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