We’re excited to host Corporate Rebels co-founders Pim de Morree and Joost Minaar, for an afternoon’s conversation on how to ‘shake up’ the workplace and unleash the potential of employees.
The Corporate Rebels are an international organisation based in The Netherlands who have made it their mission to learn from the world’s most progressive organisations.
Since 2016 they have studied pioneering organisations who ‘break the mould’ and have interviewed over one hundred of the world’s best thinkers on alternative ways of working.
This event will provide an opportunity to hear how organisations can shake off antiquated workplace systems and achieve success based on freedom and mutual trust.
This event is in partnership with IPAA ACT, register now via their website.
COST: $70 for IABC and IPAA members, $90 for non-members.
IABC Canberra and IPAA are also offering non-members a special rate for groups of ten or more at member’s prices.
Special thanks to our event partners Cordelta Digital.
Who are the Corporate Rebels?
Three years ago, Joost Minnaar and Pim de Morree gave up promising careers. Frustrated with the
slow, boring corporate world, they were determined to find and study organisations that could make work fun. They called themselves The Corporate Rebels.
After compiling a Bucket List of workplace pioneers, they travelled the world in the quest for ideas.
They interviewed management gurus. They studied progressive organisations. They learned from
academics who confirmed that many organizations are organised in hopelessly old-fashioned ways.
More hopefully, they found clear evidence that success for both companies and employees was
possible—based on freedom and mutual trust.
Today, after interviewing more than 100 of the world’s best thinkers, the Rebels share their radical vision of how we can work better, more successfully and, above all, have more fun. Now, they are recognised. Thinkers50 named them in the “Top 30 Emergent Management Thinkers In The World”, and nominated them for the “Breakthrough Idea Award”. The Chartered Management Institute calls them “One of the new voices re-energizing management”. Prominent media outlets—including The New York Times, Forbes, Huffington Post, The Guardian, Financieel Dagblad, and the BBC—have featured their work. And their cult blog is read in more than 100 countries.
These are The Corporate Rebels.