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New Ways to Work: The Case of Reaktor

Reaktor's approach to organising has resulted from a conscious, systematic effort to break from old ways of running a business, in order to create ways of organising that offer both high-level performance, quality in customer service, as well as worker satisfaction and fulfilment. It is due to these factors that Reaktor has been repeatedly chosen to be the best place to work, not only in Finland, but also in Europe.

In this report the study and its findings are presented. First, as motivation for the study, the writers contextualise the ongoing change into the historical shifts that have influenced organisations in the past, and then they try to give shape to the current emerging era with the demands, and opportunities that shape organising as a human endeavour. In chapters three to five the study is presented in detail: the research settings, and the results, as well interpretations of them. At the end of the report there are recommendations to other organisations that would like to learn from Reaktor’s way of operating.

Learn about Reaktor's unique human-centric organisation model by reading the FFRC's latest eBook:

Kurki, Sofi – Pura, Minna & Wilenius, Markku (2016) RE-Acting the Future. New Ways to Work: The Case of Reaktor. FFRC eBOOK 8/2016. Finland Futures Research Centre, University of Turku. 36 p. ISBN 978-952-249-413-9, ISSN 1797-1322.

 


 

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​Kurki, Sofi – Pura, Minna &
Wilenius, Markku (2016)
RE-Acting the Future.
New Ways to Work:
The Case of Reaktor.
 
FFRC eBOOK 8/2016.
Finland Futures Research
Centre, University of Turku. 36 p.
 ISBN 978-952-249-413-9,
ISSN 1797-1322.