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Jan 25, 2023
The Biggest Threat To Pioneering Firms Are Its Own Leaders
Joost Minnaar Written by Joost Minnaar
Last month, I experienced an interesting turn of events. While I was reading a book featuring a story on the awesomeness of Southwest…
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Jan 14, 2023
The Rise of Autonomous Organizations: The End of the Middle Manager?
Joost Minnaar Written by Joost Minnaar
For our latest "Bucket List" tour, we traveled all the way to the other side of the world—specifically, Japan. We toured the country for…
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Jan 07, 2023
A New Year: New Opportunities And Fresh Starts
Joost Minnaar Written by Joost Minnaar
The first week of January is traditionally a time to make New Year resolutions - the time of the year when we look forward to the new year…
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Dec 17, 2022
Let’s Fire All The Micromanagers
Joost Minnaar Written by Joost Minnaar
Micromanagers are by far the least popular managers. Nobody wants to report to one. Nobody wants to be one. The funny thing about…
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Dec 07, 2022
Change the Mindset of Employees with These Three Simple Steps
Joost Minnaar Written by Joost Minnaar
The leader of a large manufacturing company recently complained to me, "I want our people to change their mindset, but they do not change."…
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Nov 30, 2022
To Hell With Corporate Hierarchy Titles
Joost Minnaar Written by Joost Minnaar
Corporate hierarchy titles are like woolly mammoths—except they never went extinct. Is it not time for a fresh look at both hierarchy and…
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Nov 30, 2022
Should You Let Employees Set Their Own Salary?
Joost Minnaar Written by Joost Minnaar
When this year started, your salary was probably worth more than it is now. Although you’re still making the same amount of money, it’s…
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The Corporate Rebels Handbook - How We Handle Fuck-Ups, Meetings, and Compensation
The Corporate Rebels Handbook - How We Handle Fuck-Ups, Meetings, and Compensation
One of the main principles we rely on at Corporate Rebels is radical transparency. And what better way to live up to that than to share our…
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