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The term “corporate hacking” covers a range of tactics and measures used to spread intrapreneurial practices, improvisation and iterative learning like viruses within companies. The aim of corporate hacking is to fuel more agile, open and collaborative environments – in other words, to create cultures that stimulate innovation and make work more meaningful again.


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Based on Makestorming, le guide du corporate hacking, by Stéphanie Bacquere and Marie-Noéline Viguié (Diateino, June 2016), The Stupidity Paradox: The Power and Pitfalls of Functional Stupidity at Work by Mats Alvesson and André Spicer (Profile Books, June 2016) and an interview with Kumar Idan, Appliances manager, TE Connectivity Consulting, New Zealand (October 2016).