Making the open organization work(book)

What's your 2018 open organization resolution? Community members shared theirs at last month's #OpenOrgChat on Twitter.
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The open organization community sure knows how to throw a party.

On January 18, 2017, everyone gathered on Twitter to celebrate The Open Organization Workbook, released last December. Conversation from contributors was lively and sharp.

Here's a recap of all the enlightening chatter.

Q1: What's your OpenOrg 2018 resolution? How do you want to work more openly in the new year?

Q2: What are the biggest transparency challenges facing orgs today? How can we overcome them?

Q3: What's the value of #inclusivity in an OpenOrg? What steps can we take to make orgs more inclusive?

Q4: What prevents orgs from exercising adequate #adaptability? What can we do to create more flexible, agile, responsive teams?

Q5: What blocks #collaboration on most teams (or across most orgs)? What are your go-to strategies for fostering collaborative work?

Q6: What is #community? Why is community important to orgs today? How can we enhance community spirit in our everyday work?

Q7: What do you find is most difficult for people to understand about working openly?

Q8: Authors, why did you contribute to #TheOpenOrg Workbook? Readers, how do you imagine you'll use #TheOpenOrg Workbook with your colleagues and teammates?

Q9: What additional resources do you recommend others use to catalyze beneficial changes to their organizational cultures? What do you wish existed to help your teams become more open?

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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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