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Using the Myers-Briggs personality test for teams
Collaboration is essential to open organizations. But what happens when coworkers don't get along? Ron McFarland explains how understanding a bit about personality types makes it easier.
4 comments Posted 28 Jul 2016 by Ron McFarland Feed
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The open organization community recently held an #OpenOrgChat to discuss open values in non-profit contexts. Here's a recap of our conversation.
0 comments Posted 27 Jul 2016 by The Open Organization Feed
4 keys to developing your mission or values openly
How can your mission-driven organization develop its mission openly? Chris Grams explains.
0 comments Posted 26 Jul 2016 by Chris Grams Feed
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Join our #OpenOrgChat on Twitter, today at 14:00 Eastern / 19:00 UTC.
0 comments Posted 21 Jul 2016 by The Open Organization Feed
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How can open communities compensate contributors monetarily without crowding out intrinsic motivation? Let them take what they want, says Chad Whitacre of Gratipay.
2 comments Posted 19 Jul 2016 by Chad Whitacre Feed
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Laura Hilliger offers candid answers to a recent survey about organizational management.
0 comments Posted 14 Jul 2016 by Laura Hilliger Feed
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Digital disruption is changing the nature of business, contemporary workers are demanding more from their organizations, and what it means to be a leader is shifting significantly as a result.
3 comments Posted 12 Jul 2016 by Jackie Yeaney (Red Hat) Feed
Hiring for an open organization culture
A brief guide to hiring with culture in mind and some techniques and programs that could work for open organizations.
6 comments Posted 7 Jul 2016 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
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How can leaders foster cultures of innovation? The open source way, of course. Jim Whitehurst and Gary Hamel discuss.
1 comment Posted 5 Jul 2016 by The Open Organization Feed
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Criticism is abundant in open organizations. But what do you do when it's excessively harsh? Sam Knuth explains.
11 comments Posted 30 Jun 2016 by Sam Knuth (Red Hat) Feed

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