The Corporate Rebels In Oslo, Stockholm, And Amsterdam

Ellen
Written by in Events & Meet-ups

The way we work is broken. And it needs fixing. A hell of a lot of fixing...

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"It's great to finally meet people who are just as crazy as I am about changing the way we work."

"You guys are able to break down such a complex topic into simple and understandable concepts."

"Today has given me a truly in-depth understanding of how some of the world's most progressive organizations work."

These are typical examples of the motivating feedback we got from last week's Rebel Event in Milan. It's exactly what these one-day workshops are all about.

Make work more fun

In Milan, 50 rebels from all kinds of organizations got together for our most recent Rebel Event. There were representatives from many countries and a variety of businesses. All joined forces to rethink the way organizations work. The main question of the day? How to make work more fun?

Joost and Pim shared case studies of the pioneering organizations they have visited over the past 4 years. They talked about the transformational approaches that had successfully abolished outdated command-and-control ways of working. People shared their challenges, and we discussed potential solutions.

In short: a day full of workplace rebellion with 50 like-minded individuals.

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Oslo, Stockholm, Amsterdam

I have the cool job at Corporate Rebels of organizing Rebel Events around the globe. As part of that tour we will soon visit:

In close collaboration with local partners like co-working company Spaces and Bucket List pioneer Centigo, I have been working hard to organize these events.

The agenda for the day looks like this:

  • The 8 trends of progressive workplaces
  • How global pioneers break with traditional ways of working
  • In-depth case studies of several pioneering organizations
  • Working with the Corporate Rebels Canvas to redesign your organization
  • Transformation approaches of organizations that have successfully moved from traditional to progressive
  • Connecting with fellow rebels to share experiences and learn from each other

Get your tickets

For all three of these events we have sold enough tickets to confirm they will take place. If you are ready to join us, make sure you get your hands on some of the remaining tickets.

Right now, I am planning a new series of Rebel Events for 2020.

What cities should we add to our list? Drop your suggestions in the comments below👇

Ellen
Written by Ellen
3 weeks ago

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Replies (21)

Markus

Markus

Munich

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Stephane

Stephane

Paris !

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Paul Barton

Paul Barton

Pretty sure this is a hopeless long shot but Nottingham in the UK would be wonderfully convenient for me ;)

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Michael Levring

Michael Levring

Copenhagen

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Jose B

Jose B

Hamburg

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Jardena

Jardena

New York!

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Jerry Wagner

Jerry Wagner

Kansas City
Austin

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Penny McIntyre

Penny McIntyre

Auckland, New Zealand

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Marie

Marie

Berlin again, pliiiiz!

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Katey

Katey

Adelaide, South Australia

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Clare

Clare

London!

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Pim

Pim

Kansas City
Austin

Jerry Wagner

Might be something to discuss as we might be in Austin in March/April.

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Christina

Christina

Zurich

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isabelle

isabelle

Brussels

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Mick

Mick

Hi Elen, I was wondering if you would be interested to organise a corporate rebel event in Vienna. I am working there and there is a lot of work to do to make work more fun.

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Kate M

Kate M

Liverpool! The centre of independent, rebellious thinking in the UK!

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Jackie Pratt

Jackie Pratt

Manchester. Loads of exciting work happening around how we create a culture where we can bring together our public services. We have rebels and pirates!

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Karine

Karine

Paris ! I will be happy to help.

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Paca

Paca

What about Granada in Spain?

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Pim

Pim

What about Granada in Spain?

Paca

Lovely city, but we already had some problems with getting people to attend events in Barcelona and Madrid. We aim to translate and publish our book in Spanish first. Or find a really good partner to collaborate with. Happen to know any?

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Le

Le

Sydney !

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