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!
Pre-orders have started
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.
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Social capital and social networks are becoming increasingly important in today’s economy at large, and for individuals within organisations. For my MSc dissertation in Organisational Psychology, I researched how newcomers transition into a self-managing organisation (Lee & Edmondson, 2017), an organisation where authority is decentralised and classic manager-subordinate relationships are absent.
It’s all about your people. Now more than ever. But in knee-jerk reactions to the coronavirus many companies are laying off large numbers. I want to shout out to the shareholder-value managers driven by their spreadsheets: “This is not only inhumane. It is bad for your business!”. Why? It will harm your company. Companies that treat their people best in bad times emerged as winners in the past.