Free Sample Chapter And Table Of Contents
We're almost there! In just 7 days it will be 02-02-2020—the official publication date of the Corporate Rebels book. Today, you get access to the full table of contents and the introductory chapter. Enjoy!
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Earlier this week we started pre-orders. Now, you can order your copy of the Corporate Rebels book from your preferred store. It will be delivered around the official publication date, 02-02-2020.
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Sample chapter + table of contents
Today, as a warm-up, we present the table of contents and the introductory chapter of the book.
Click this link to dive into the first pages of the book.
Enjoy the read, get ready for more, and make sure you pre-order the book to be inspired by some of the world's most progressive organizations and their pioneering workplace practices.
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Haier is a lot, but it is definitely not a normal company. We already spoke about their evolution in strategy, now it's time to focus on the evolution of Haier's organizational model. And especially on how the driving force of that evolution has moved from the CEO to the rest of the organization in order to increase the chances of survival. For Haier, the choice has always been simple; Evolve or Die.
In order to make work more fun, we need to get a few things right. We need to connect like-minded rebels around the world, facilitate knowledge sharing, and challenge one another to radically change the way we work.
Normally, we plan for growth and success—not for depressions, bushfires or the Coronavirus. Yet, about every 5 years (in our experience) there is a significant externality that throws your plans out the window. Over 25 years, examples included the 1997 Asian currency crisis, 9/11, SARS, and the Global Financial Crisis (not to mention tsunamis, or the volcanic ash that cancelled a meeting of our network).