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Corporate Rebels United: the start of a corporate spring?

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Talk by @petervan at the Enterprise 2.0 Summit in Paris on 12 Feb 2014.

Talk by @petervan at the Enterprise 2.0 Summit in Paris on 12 Feb 2014.

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  • 1. Corporate Rebels United The Start of a Corporate Spring? Picture credit: Ozark Henry @petervan
  • 2. Inspire other people to dream
  • 3. SILENCE
  • 4. YOUR DREAM
  • 5. QWAN Quality Without A Name
  • 6. Problem Our organizations no longer serve our needs. They cannot keep pace with a highvelocity, hyper-connected world. They no longer can do what we need them to do. Change is required
  • 7. He said: “Laura, you are successful when in 3 months time there are 70,000 people at my door complaining what this bloody women is doing in my company!”
  • 8. www.corporaterebelsunited.com
  • 9. We are Protagonists “To rebel is to push against something. To lead is to advocate for an idea. To rebel is to say “heck no.” To lead is to say “we will.” To rebel is to deny the authority of others. To lead is to invoke your own authority. A protagonist is a principal champion of a cause or program or action. The protagonist does not wait for permission to lead, innovate, or strategize. They do what is right for the firm, without regard to status. Their goal is to do what’s good for the whole. Nilofer Merchant
  • 10. Starting Point We love our organizations and want them to succeed in this high-velocity, hyper-connected world
  • 11. Ultimate Goal To find, articulate the drivers and values of "a modern, 21st century organization” and to live, promote, and breathe them every day in our own organization and networks. AT ALL LEVELS
  • 12. Manifesto Relentlessly Challenging the status quo Breaking the rules Saying the unsaid Spreading the innovation virus Seeding Tribal Energy With no fear With a cause to do good Leading by being from our true selves Going after the un-named quality Relentlessly
  • 13. RELENTLESSLY
  • 14. Code 21
  • 15. 21 principles
  • 16. 21 practices
  • 17. st 21 Century Organization
  • 18. 21st Century Practices • • • • • • • Organizational Structures Leadingship Strategic Options Portfolio Decision Making Lean Execution System Innovation Self Expression
  • 19. 2013
  • 20. 700 Local contacts in: San-Francisco, Portland, Boston, Nashville, Amsterdam, Brussels, Madrid, Bangalore, Bangkok, Melbourne, Sydney
  • 21. Status • • • • • 700 people + Local contacts From San-Francisco to Sydney Cross-Industry Formation and Norming phase Teaming up – Rebels at Work, Rebels Norway – Change Agents Worldwide – Internal company movements
  • 22. http://www.changeagentsworldwide.com
  • 23. Enlightening People
  • 24. Anouk (Brussels) Mukesh (Bangalore) Carri (Portland) Nadja (Hamburg) MJ (San Francisco) Curt (Washington DC)
  • 25. Allevo Team (Romenia)
  • 26. 2014
  • 27. Action Plan 2014 • • • • • • People Taking Agency 2000 People Forming company triads 2 practices documented 2 Rebel Jams 1 live event
  • 28. PEOPLE TAKING AGENCY
  • 29. SHOWING UP IN YOUR ONLYNESS
  • 30. DARING TO BE GREAT
  • 31. Daring to be Great “Every leader, at some point in their career, decides whether or not to do the hard work of pursuing greatness. It’s a choice that’s not about satisfying their ego, but about holding themselves and their ambitions to a more enlightened standard of leadership. And it requires the worthy work of showing up as their best self every day, and making a lasting positive impact on their people, teams, customers—even society.” Keith Yamashita – SY Partners
  • 32. You fight mediocrity, applaud critical thinking
  • 33. NEW META-MORALITY
  • 34. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE
  • 35. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE • • • • • • For yourself For others For your/our work For your/our organization For your/our network For the whole
  • 36. RELENTLESSLY
  • 37. CHALLENGES?
  • 38. Mahatma Gandhi “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”
  • 39. Join Corporate Rebels United A movement of fearless activists/doers Living on the edges www.corporaterebelsunited.com
  • 40. https://www.goodreads.com/goodreadscompetervan
  • 41. Resources • Website: – http://www.corporaterebelsunited.com • Scoop-It: – http://www.scoop.it/t/corporate-rebels-united • Twitter: – @corprebels • Facebook group: – https://www.facebook.com/groups/344393218944669/ • Google+ Community: – https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/101113790748317057300 • LinkedIn Group – http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=4400994
  • 42. Let’s talk @petervan
  • 43. END