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Rituals for Work: 50 Ways to Create Engagement, Shared Purpose, and a Culture that Can Adapt to Change Paperback – 9 Apr 2019

4.6 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
ISBN-13: 978-1119530787 ISBN-10: 1119530784 Edition: 1st

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Rituals for Work is an accessible guide to the rituals that individuals, teams, and organizations can use to make their work lives more meaningful. Drawing from empirical research and rich examples from industry, the authors show how rituals can spark creativity, get to flow, deal with conflict and failures, and build a culture of innovation.

"At IDEO and the Stanford d.school we use ritual as a tool to get teams in sync emotionally and mentally. Margaret and Kursat's book is full of ready to go rituals that will tune your teams and might just become your secret weapon."
—DAVID KELLEY, founder and chairman of IDEO, founder of the d.school at Stanford University, and bestselling author of Creative Confidence

"Kursat Ozenc and Margaret Hagan have created and curated a whole new set of powerful work rituals for the 21st Century. Playful and profound, these rituals will help you and your organization create meaning, tackle challenges and live your values."
—AYSE BIRSEL, Author of Design the Life You Love

"This wonderful book helps us to be more present in your personal and work life. Margaret and Kursat offer a variety of rituals to mark and honor individual and organizational events and to signify new ones. This book belongs on your shelf if you do collaborative work, or if you lead, manage and direct teams on a day-to-day basis."
—JODI FORLIZZI, Professor and Director of Human Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University

"Visual, lively, and timely. Rituals for Work reminds us of the potential for creativity to transform how we work, and our ability to build the kinds of organizations that we want to be a part of. Kursat and Margaret open up a conversation that we don't have that often — how we can create better work lives for ourselves, whether it's as a CEO, a middle manager, or an entry-level employee."
—MARSHALL GOLDSMITH is the New York Times #1 bestselling author of Triggers, Mojo, and What Got You Here Won't Get You There

"Rituals For Work is practical, fun, and timeless. Ozenc and Hagan's compelling blend of stories, drawings, advice, and proven tools can help any leader develop and instill effective workplace rituals. If you are looking for better ways to implement change, innovate, build closer bonds, or reduce destructive conflict, you need this relentlessly useful gem."
—ROBERT I. SUTTON, Stanford Professor and author of national bestsellers, including The No Asshole Rule and (with Huggy Rao) Scaling Up Excellence

About the Author

KURSAT OZENC, PHD, is a Senior User Experience Designer at SAP Labs Palo Alto. He teaches interaction and service design at Stanford Institute of Design (the d.school). He also leads workshops on rituals for personal and group relationships, organizational change, and civic design.

MARGARET HAGAN, PHD, JD, is director of the Legal Design Lab at Stanford University. She teaches classes at the d.school and is a thought leader in the legal industry, pioneering how to bring a human-centered approach to how legal and government groups serve people.

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5.0 out of 5 starsPlayful, practical guide for bringing meaning, creativity, and connection to your work
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