Video Animation: How Buurtzorg Works
As we're getting ready to launch the first cohorts of students for the Corporate Rebels Academy we are excited to release yet another sneak peek into the course content. Recently we shared the first video animation about the Chinese white goods giant Haier. Now it is time to release the second post in a series of videos on the world's most pioneering organizations. This time it is all about the Dutch health-care organization Buurtzorg.
Over the last decade Buurtzorg, with its progressive organizational model, has not only revolutionized the health-care industry, it has also captured the imagination of many people around, including management gurus as Frederic Laloux and Gary Hamel.
We've collaborated with Buurtzorg for years now. During this collaboration we have gained unique access to their organization and people, and have gained in-depth understanding of their unique approach to work.
Video Animation: Here's How Buurtzorg Works
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In our Academy, Buurtzorg is just one of the pioneering case studies. We will explore in detail how the company works and what other organizations can learn from their progressive model.
During the course, you will learn about workplace pioneers via videos, interviews, assignments, and live Q&A sessions with pioneers. We also share video animations to explain complex things simply.
Here’s a sneak peek: a video animation on Buurtzorg's way of working. Sit back, relax, and enjoy!
What do you think? Ready for more? Well, you better apply for the upcoming cohort of our online course.
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