Managing with open values

How can open principles help us rethink conventional management practices? This interview series explores that question—and more.
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This interview series highlights the complexities of managing with open values—of using open values to engage, empower, and create the most important relationships in the organization: those between manager and associate.

The managers you'll meet in this series all come all different companies in different industries. They all have varying levels of experience with open source, open culture, and open principles. But all their stories accentuate both the benefits and the challenges of exploring what managing with open values means to them and their unique teams.


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Heidi Hess von Ludewig researches networked workplace creativity from the systems perspective, which means that she examines the relationships of multiple elements within the workplace that influence how individuals and groups perform innovative and creative work.

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