Steal whatever you have to and as much as you can without being caught, and fired for stealing.
If you are caught, and fired for stealing, hide it. Lie about it.
Learn as much as you can about how your employer works and tell as many co-workers and outsiders as you can without being revealed as the informant.
Blow the whistle on managers and sabotage projects you don’t agree with. Use the company’s own resources against it, if possible.
Air dirty linen. Expose corruption. Mock hypocrisy.
Debunk the myth of complexity, the need for secrecy, the importance of protocol, and the justification for inside knowledge, or a different code of behavior for insiders. The anthropologist is an outsider, using his understanding to turn the tables on the status quo, the priestly caste, the fat cats, the proprietors who run the show.
The anthropologist is a spy. He has to sneak. Knowledge is dangerous. They don’t like you. They’re going to get you. It wears you down. You make mistakes.