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Software-driven projects are rarely predictable—so project managers should loosen up and become more agile, says Jason Coghlan.
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How to partner with external marketing agencies
A community-powered approach to working with the broad ecosystem of marketing agencies can produce new and inspiring results.
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Gratipay makes 'love' their most important core value
Why are you an open organization? Chad Whitacre explores this critical question's implications for organizing your core values.
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Traditional marketing is dead
The "agency of record" model in marketing may be dying, but something even more powerful can replace it—something community-powered.
3 comments Posted 13 Sep 2016 by Jackie Yeaney (Red Hat) Feed
What are the greatest challenges open organizations face today? Our community discussed and debated at the August #OpenOrgChat. Here's a recap of our conversation.
0 comments Posted 8 Sep 2016 by The Open Organization Feed
How to avoid open-splaining and find open allies quickly
As openness spreads, the number of groups familiar with it increases. Laura Hilliger suggests four groups that may already know what you're going on about.
0 comments Posted 6 Sep 2016 by Laura Hilliger Feed
3 keys to developing your organization's story openly
Developing your organization's story—the narrative that gives it its current identity and charts its future direction—is important. But it isn't easy. Chris Grams explains.
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Jen Kelchner has been interviewing with open organizations—and she's sharing what she's learned.
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