8 Trends in Progressive Organizations

8 Trends in Progressive Organizations

About this Leadership insight

This highly accessible guide gets to the heart of what makes successful progressive organizations tick.

Pim de Morree, Corporate Rebels co-founder, has investigated what sets these companies apart and what you can learn from them.

It’s time to get progressive and question some of the old entrenched way of doing business. Why is a 9-to-5 necessary, for example? Why are decisions still made by a handful of managers when everyone has access to the same information?

De Morree's research shows there’s a better way to structure organizations these days.

This short paper takes you through key trends for success in the 21st century and gives you practical steps so that your company can put them to work, for your success.


Tim Vaughan

Tim Vaughan

Head of Content at Poppulo


Pim de Morree

Pim de Morree


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