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Be a force for good in your community

Be a force for good in your community
Assuming positive intent can help you be a force for good in your open organization or project community.Read more

5 resolutions to become a more open leader in 2017

5 resolutions to become a more open leader in 2017
Let's resolve to make our organizations more open this year.Read more

Proof that openness scales

Proof that openness scales
Lern how Slalom Consulting grew its open culture while remaining agile.Read more

What engineers and marketers can learn from each other

What engineers and marketers can learn from each other
After many years of practicing marketing in the B2B tech world, I think I've heard just about every misconception that engineers seem to have about...Read more

What storytellers can teach open leaders

What storytellers can teach open leaders
Learning from great storytellers makes us better open leaders—as long as we understand what these roles have in common.Read more

Avoid echo chambers and make open decisions

Avoid echo chambers and make open decisions
Even those choices that seem most clear-cut can benefit from an open approach.Read more

Best of Opensource.com: Open organizations

Best of Opensource.com: Open organizations
This year, the open organization community at Opensource.com shared more than 100 stories about the ways open principles are reshaping work,...Read more

3 keys to unlocking your 2017 open organization resolutions

3 keys to unlocking your 2017 open organization resolutions
Before you close the book on 2016, why not open a good book on organizations? We're happy to recommend three—all from the open organization community...Read more