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Welcome to The C-Suite Minimalists

This initiative was founded as part of an MBA dissertation research for Warwick Business School. The research seeks to maximise the value in the organisations by applying principles of the popular social trend of minimalism. Among those, who inspired the research, are minimalists with millions of followers, authors and bloggers such as Joshua Millburn and Ryan Nicodumus (The Minimalists), Leo Babauta (Zen Habits), Joshua Becker (Becoming Minimalist), Jenny Mustard (Jenny Mustard), Sadia Badiei (Pick Up Limes), the Japanese organiser, consultant and best-selling author Marie Condo (The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing) and many more. What is curious is that many of those successful people either left or never entered the big corporate world exactly so they can freely pursue minimalism. But we, The C-Suite Minimalists, believe some of their learning can be fundamental for solving the biggest problems the organisations face today - the pressing need to reduce costs and complexity, to increase motivation and transparency, to achieve the bottom line, without forgetting the organisation's social purpose, meaning and value.


The C-Suite Minimalists share practical, research-backed insights for C-Suite, entrepreurs and execs-to-be on how a company can achieve more with less, reduce organisational complexity, remove stress and increase engagement and motivation of employees.


The C-Suite Minimalists credo: Do better. With less.

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