Hacking Work is a book on where employment is going, where it needs to go, and what we need to know to get there. The Millenials (people born after 1980) are coming – and they don’t work the way you do. Hacking Work aims to prove it, and more importantly to define what we can all do about it to combine the best of the new with the best of the old.
Part how-to guide to hacking your job, your company, and your boss, part insightful dissection of the new rules of work, Hacking Work has been called one of the Top 10 Ideas of 2010 by Harvard Business Review. Get your copy here!
Hacking Work has been positively reviewed all over the place, but some favorites are in Harvard Business Review, Financial Times, and Wired Italy.