The Culture Code - Daniel Coyle
This has been one of the most influential books for me in the last year when thinking about sustainable (and fun) company culture - Daniel is on my personal bucket list:
My take is that it complements the rational side of progressive organisation design (structure/process/governance) with the physiological and emotional underpinnings of the human experience of work, enabling a fuller way to address activating high-performing teams and organisations.
I wonder if others have read it and, if so, what your take is?
Bags and accessories made of truck tarpaulins - that's what Freitag is known for. With headquarters in Zurich, around 250 employees work for the cult label which uses holacratic methods. They introduced a new salary model in early 2019. Pascal Dulex is responsible for Organizational Culture & Creative Direction. He spoke to us about their sometimes-painful path to a new compensation system.
We are super excited to launch the German edition of our "Corporate Rebels" book today. We can now reach even more people in their native language and share the stories of workplace pioneers from around the globe. The full title: Corporate Rebels - wie Pioniere die Arbeitswelt revolutionieren.
Many expert observers have made predictions about the “new normal” of work after the pandemic. Some are optimistic, envisioning a paradigm shift towards a more flexible, empowered future for workers through remote working. Others are pessimistic, even somewhat dystopian, projecting a future workplace that is disconnected and highly surveilled.