About Corporate Rebels
Back in January 2016, we (Joost & Pim) quit our corporate jobs. Like most people, we worked in outdated workplaces characterized by inertia, bureaucracy and a lack of motivation. We simply couldn’t accept that the world of work – for far too many – is a place full of misery and despair.
In order to fight those dreadful workplaces, we started this blog – Corporate Rebels. By checking off our Bucket List, we visit the world’s most inspiring workplaces. We combine those practical insights with academic findings from our PhD research. Along the way, we share everything we learn.
Our work has been featured in media outlets like The New York Times, Forbes, The Huffpost, BBC and The Guardian. Along the way, we’ve been nominated for several awards and listed among the “Top 30 Emergent Management Thinkers” by the Thinkers50 Institute.
Over the years, Corporate Rebels has grown into much more than just a blog. By expanding our activities we’ve been able to grow our impact around the world.
Here’s an overview of the things we mostly do.
The ultimate training camp for corporate rebels. Learn how to make work better. Follow a wide variety of courses and learn from pioneers while connecting to a global community of rebels. Visit the Academy.
We share everything we learn at conferences, companies and events around the world. We challenge the status quo. We share inspiration. We give no-nonsense advice. Here’s more information.
In our book, we take you on a trip along the world’s most progressive organizations. Learn about radical practices as we explore workplace pioneers in great detail. Order here.
Combining our practical research and our PhD insights, we support companies to radically overhaul their traditional organizational structures. Click here for more details.
Team Corporate Rebels
We started with two. Over time, more people joined forces and work with us to create a true workplace revolution. Here’s who we are.
So this is us. Hopefully you have a better idea of who we are and what we do. If you still have some questions for us, get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.