Great stuff. And welcome to Work Futures, too.

I like your view on culture hacking:

From a strategic point of view, culture hacking makes sense. Rather than try to implement systems change from above, a culture hacking strategy enlists the changemakers and intrapreneurs in the organisation, inviting them to participate in a process of collaborative innovation. Instead of implementing change in a single stroke, a culture hacking strategy makes space for employees to collaboratively hack the existing management culture, experimenting with new approaches, developing prototypes, running tests and trials, iterating the designs, and learning from results.

Tapping into the ‘positive deviants’ in the org — those who are already displaying the behaviors of the future org — to craft a way forward using agile principles.

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Work ecologist. Founder, Work Futures. The ecology of work and the anthropology of the future.

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