For six years, Stéphanie Bacquere and Marie-Noéline Viguié, two French hackers have been implementing an approach which allows anyone to become a corporate hacker and to integrate the work culture which lead the startups to succeed. This approach includes sprint projects, and the really efficient and collaborative ways of working of the startups. It is named Makestorming.

With hacking theory and various pragmatic examples, this book is essential to feel pleasure at work again. It is also an inspiration for the intrapreneurs who wants things to change from the inside.

The French Ebook is available on Itunes, Kindle, Kobo and Izibook

Marie-Noéline Viguié

Marie-Noéline Viguié
Marie-Noéline was trained by world's expert of design thinking. Her education in this field was made of applications to problems related to big organizations' changes. She was the one who opened the first co-working space in France, La Cantine by Silicon Sentier, renamed Numa in 2014. She was in charge of its opening and its facilitation during 2 years. Meanwhile, she met the most innovative French digital specialists and entrepreneurs. She started nod-A with Stéphanie Bacquere in 2009 in order to propose new ways to working methods to big companies. They were sure proposing a different vision of collaboration was possible and necessary. She is an expert and a speaker on new collaborative working methods, corporate h...

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Stéphanie Bacquere

Stéphanie Bacquere
After studying applied mathematics to social sciences and IT, Stephanie started her career in 1999 in a French bank (BNP Paribas) and in several companies before saying "stop!". During 2 years, she backpacked around the world before coming home and cofounding her first company, Elegangz Interactive, a digital strategy agency. She is also deeply involved in associations and she is a real entrepreneur. She cofounded Reality (first international art festival in virtual worlds), Museomix (international community hacking museums), Art Game Week-end (a system to co-design mobile phone games), Radart (a system of co-creation for artist and makers), Make It Up (a festiv...

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