Live from Rebel Event in Stockholm
Today during our Rebel Event in Stockholm we are discussing the 8 trends and sharing the examples of Bucket list pioneers.
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With some of you I also talked about some more companies, here's a list of them:
Tony's Chocolonely: https://corporate-rebels.com/tonys-chocolonely/
Ministry of Social Security: https://corporate-rebels.com/frank-van-massenhove/
Rebel Group: https://corporate-rebels.com/rebel-group/
For a few years I argued that most pioneering firms on our Bucket list move beyond traditional multi-layer hierarchies via organizational models focused primarily on principles of communal sharing or market pricing. But a new round of interviews suggests they use a third model to organize their radically decentralized workforces: namely, a focus on the principle of reciprocity.
Ford's management model became the most influential one in the early 20th century. It embraced the possibilities enabled by the assembly line. This was followed by the General Motors' model (i.e. the multidivisional firm), and later by Toyota's model (i.e. Lean). More recently, electronic technologies (like computers and the Internet) have enabled the rise of the global 'Agile movement' with Spotify's model as the poster child. But now, with more and more IoT technologies, what will become the most influential management model of the future?
Maria Popova writes, “The history of the world is the history of telling others who and what we are—from tribal markings to national flags to family crests to pronoun-specifying email signatures.” How we choose to tell our stories—and what artifacts we choose to highlight—alters the way we hear our past, experience our present, and create our future.