use mutiny in a sentence.
A real mutiny would be rejecting the product owner!
Generally you get a mutiny - or everyone leaves the boat.
I'm sure you know, but for others, this is called a "White Mutiny"
Reminds me of the Mutiny scene in Band of Brothers.
It is very infrequent that the whole crew is a part of mutiny.
If people believed the NSA was running the free porn sites, there would be mutiny fo sho!
I've seen a number of mutiny attempts - some were famously successful, some worked out exactly as you would guess a "mutiny" would when their leader discovered.
In one mutiny, during a pretty significant re-org/layoffs, part of our organization had been sold to another (perceived to be inferior) company - the majority of the organization (that hadn't been laid off) - was just happy to still have a job, but a select group of technical employees decided (under the direction of a strong ring leader) - that they would not go to the other company.
Another attempt at clear-cut mutiny that I've seen, was a technical leader who was not fond of his manager, reach out to a competing organization (In a clear cut Red/Blue scenario) in the company, and volunteered to "take all his employees over" to that organization.
The OP article is pretty good - it captures pretty much all of the elements that make for mutiny, and the circumstances in which it can be successful, and how it takes place.
The key difference with corporate "mutinies" and mutinies at sea is that on a ship your mutiny needs to take control of the ship to succeed.
Also, a mutiny gathered steam inboard a ship because poor management of ship and resources was life threatening.