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HACKER CULTURE
AND THE NEW RULES OF INNOVATION

As software eats the world, hacker culture is changing the rules of innovation

Agile workplaces. Lean validation. Customer co-creation. Self-organizing teams.

 

The practices and mindsets of the software industry are disrupting the world of business innovation. Hacker Culture and the New Rules of Innovation is an introduction to this new landscape and a practical guide to building the organizations of the future.

Hacking is not a crime. It's a problem solving activity

January 2018

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July 2016

Are you a culture hacker? How Train Tracks hacked the commuter experience

March 2016

Medium's experiment with Holacracy failed. Long live the experiment!

March 2016

Say 'agile' one more time: making space for collaborative innovation

November 2015

Introduction to Hacker Culture and the New Rules of Innovation (Routledge 2018)

February 2018

Hacker Culture and the New Rules of Innovation (2018)

Hacker culture grew up on the margins of the computer industry. It entered the business world in the 21st century through agile development, design thinking and lean startup method, the pillars of the contemporary startup industry.


This book is for business leaders, entrepreneurs and academics interested in how digital culture is reformatting our economies and societies. Shifting between a big picture view on how hacker culture is changing the digital economy and a detailed discussion of how to create and lead in-house teams of hacker entrepreneurs, it offers an essential introduction to the new rules of innovation and a practical guide to building the organizations of the future.

Contact

Like to discuss a talk or workshop? Please get in touch.

+61 425 217 030

Eric S. Raymond

"THE HACKER MINDSET IS NOT CONFINED TO THIS SOFTWARE HACKER CULTURE. THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO APPLY THE HACKER ATTITUDE TO OTHER THINGS, LIKE ELECTRONICS OR MUSIC — ACTUALLY, YOU CAN FIND IT AT THE HIGHEST LEVELS OF ANY SCIENCE OR ART. SOFTWARE HACKERS RECOGNIZE THESE KINDRED SPIRITS ELSEWHERE AND MAY CALL THEM ‘HACKERS’ TOO — AND SOME CLAIM THAT THE HACKER NATURE IS REALLY INDEPENDENT OF THE PARTICULAR MEDIUM THE HACKER WORKS IN".

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