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More successful Rebel Events followed in Berlin, London (2x), Utrecht, Sydney (2x), Melbourne (2x), Amsterdam, Stockholm, Zurich, and Brisbane.
2019 has been a great year for these gatherings, with still more to come in Milan, Stockholm, Oslo, and Amsterdam.
We are already looking ahead to 2020, so let me know which city defiantly needs a Rebel Event next year! Maybe we will see you soon!
How can we make rebel events self-organizing so that we are less dependent on a few real experts that have to travel all around the world (which has impact on the climate)
I'm new to this website and just read the book of Frederic Laloux basically because I always felt I had that view on organisation myself.
How to survive a major crisis in an organization? How to thrive after? These are relevant, even crucial, questions. Especially today. Recently, I found valuable answers to these questions, as I was developing a case study for our Online Academy. This case is about Panelfisa, a NER Group company.
For many organisations, it’s been more than six months now working remotely. The team Zoom quizzes are a distant memory and recently it’s been difficult to keep the virtual coffee chats going, if they ever started in the first place. It’s just not the same as bumping into a colleague and having a spontaneous conversation right?
We are working hard to develop our very own online Corporate Rebels Academy, as mentioned in a previous post. The focus of this post will be on understanding the designs of progressive organizations—especially the large ones that organize without middle-managers. Think Buurtzorg and Haier.