Everything we do is aimed at making work more fun. We support organizations to become more progressive workplaces. To create work environments where people flourish.
What we do
We are continuously researching how companies can organize more progressively. The lessons - drawn from ongoing visits to 100+ workplace pioneers and our academic PhD research - are used to support our clients to radically overhaul their traditional organizational structures.
Our main focus is on designing and implementing organizational structures that allow for freedom, autonomy and motivation.
Some of our clients
Some of the clients we work with:
Want to know more?
Send an email to email@example.com to discuss how we can help.
Download a free sample chapter of our book. Subscribe to the newsletter.
Work is solving other people’s problems. Most progressive companies on our Bucket List think they do that best when structured as networks of teams, rather than hierarchical pyramids. Teams in radically decentralized networks are often self-managed and highly autonomous. And these teams are often very small. They rarely consist of more than 15 people. But why are self-managed teams in these networks typically so small? There are very good reasons.
We sent out our first newsletter nearly 5 years ago—around the end of 2015. We had just quit our corporate jobs to embark on this crazy adventure called Corporate Rebels. A lot has happened since then! But one thing that hasn’t changed: our newsletter. And it's about bloody time to do so....
Last month, I revisited 'Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind' by Yuval Noah Harari, and ´Factfulness: Ten Reasons We're Wrong About the World - and Why Things Are Better Than You Think' by the late Hans Rosling. They reminded me why we need to make work more fun—via a movement built to fight for that. Let me explain.