Organizing openly for the public good

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The open organization community at Opensource.com welcomed the second half of 2016 with a Twitter chat discussing "open organizations and non-profits." Voices old and new participated, and our chat was (as always) compelling. Read the recap below as you prepare for the next #OpenOrgChat.

Q1: What makes a union between OpenOrg thinking and non-profit work so appealing? #OpenOrgChat

Q2: How does an organization's status as non-profit affect organizational culture? #OpenOrgChat

Q3: What can open organizations learn from successful non-profits? #OpenOrgChat

Q4: What are your most effective strategies for aligning passion and purpose? #OpenOrgChat

Q5: What challenges do non-profits encounter when they try to open up (bet @lhawthorn has stories!)? #OpenOrgChat

Q6: What books would you recommend to someone interested in OpenOrg thinking and non-profit work? #OpenOrgChat

Q7: What unique value do non-profits bring to open source communities specifically? (we're looking at @o0karen0o!) #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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