In Stores Now: The German Edition of the "Corporate Rebels" Book
We are super excited to launch the German edition of our "Corporate Rebels" book today. We can now reach even more people in their native language and share the stories of workplace pioneers from around the globe. The full title: Corporate Rebels - wie Pioniere die Arbeitswelt revolutionieren.
Expanding the revolution
After successful releases in English and Dutch, we now add the German book to the list. We are already doing lots of work with companies in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, so we are happy there is a book to go with our efforts. It will allow us to spread the workplace revolution to even more people.
Our big plans for an in-person book tour have - obviously - been postponed. But we hope for a grand launch once circumstances allow it.
It is great to publish in yet another language, and we thank our translator: Mathias Morgenthaler. He interviewed us some years ago when we visited Switzerland for workshops and presentations. This was published in several news outlets and helped us strengthen our community in Switzerland and beyond.
After successful releases in English and Dutch, we now add the German book to the list.
Mathias has - as an author and journalist - been on a similar journey to ours. He regularly interviews workplace pioneers to learn how work can be made more human and meaningful. Among pioneers he has interviewed are Frederic Laloux (author of Reinventing Organizations), Uwe Lübbermann (founder of Premium Cola), and Matthieu Leclercq (former chair of Decathlon).
It is an honor to work with Mathias and to have him help us spread the workplace revolution.
Get a copy
For a copy of the German book, click here.
If you are looking for the English or Dutch version of our book (paperback, hardcover, e-book, or audiobook), look at this separate site for the book: www.corporaterebelsbook.com.
Jetzt verfügbar: Corporate Rebels - wie Pioniere die Arbeitswelt revolutionieren
Later this year, we publish the French, Italian, and Polish versions.
Stay tuned and spread the word to your German speaking friends and colleagues!
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