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Hacking Work: Book Review
Beleagured employees can now leverage on a "cheat code" to streamline work and increase their productivity - without getting into trouble. With the subtitle "Breaking Stupid Rules For Smart Results", Hacking Work by Bill Jensen and Josh Klein encourages workers of all stripes to utilise "benevolent" hacking to get their jobs done more effectively and efficiently. Unlike "Black Hat" hackers that attack company systems for profit and fun, benevolent hackers are ethical hackers that work around their own company policies, systems and processes to improve them. Filled with a mixture of the "whys", "whats", "hows" and "whens" of corporate work arounds (with lots more useful stuff their well-appointed website here), Hacking Work encourages readers to devise short-cuts that cuts the corporate crap present in most organisations. According to the book, the tools and processes instituted in companies are often done in a top-down, corporate-centred fashion (as opposed to being user-centred). Unwittingly, they often
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