What's the most difficult lesson to learn about open culture?

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June 2 marked the one-year anniversary of Jim Whitehurst's book, The Open Organization, which explores the ways open source principles are changing the future of management. The open organization community at Opensource.com celebrated in style with a live (and lively!) chat on Twitter. Check out the highlights below—and get set for the next chat.

Q1: What's the most difficult lesson you've learned about OpenOrgs this year? #OpenOrgChat

Q2: When you've introduced others to OpenOrg concepts, what's been most exciting/challenging for them? #OpenOrgChat

Q3: How has your thinking about OpenOrg evolved since last year? #OpenOrgChat

Q4: What's the most significant/inspiring effect of OpenOrg thinking you've seen this past year? #OpenOrgChat

Q5: What's your "OpenOrg resolution" for the coming year? #OpenOrgChat

Q6: What's on your reading list for the coming year? (Maybe something new from @Brian_Fielkow?) #OpenOrgChat

Q7: What's the most significant management/leadership trend we'll see accelerate in the coming year? #OpenOrgChat

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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