When OpenOrg and OpenGov collide

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On Thursday, February 18, the Open Organization community on Opensource.com gathered for its first #OpenOrgChat Twitter chat of 2016.

We began the year with a robust discussion at the intersection of the open organization and open government movements. Nearly 50 people participated.

Below are highlights from the conversation.

Q1: Why is OpenOrg thinking especially important for governments (of all sizes) today? #OpenOrgChat

Q2: What govnt functions/services most desperately need #opengov and #TheOpenOrg renovation? #OpenOrgChat

Q3: What's the relationship between "management" and "government" today? How are they different or similar? #OpenOrgChat

Q4: What can #TheOpenOrg movement learn from the #opengov movement? #OpenOrgChat

Q5: What are the most important #leadership qualities for #opengov leaders today? #OpenOrgChat

Q6: What are your essential #opengov reads? #OpenOrgChat

Q7: What unique challenges do governments face when attempting to implement #TheOpenOrg principles? #OpenOrgChat

Q8: What can citizens do to encourage their governments to adopt #TheOpenOrg principles? #OpenOrgChat

Coming up

Missed this chat? Join us for the next one!

The Open Organization aims to reshape the future of management and collaboration in companies and organizations who want to transform the way they do business. Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst wrote The Open Organization: Igniting Passion and Performance about his leadership transition from traditional management to an open organization.

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