Leadership and management

What to do when your open source hobby becomes a project

What to do when your open source hobby becomes a project
All open business and projects face this problem: If they grow too big, more members are necessary for carrying the collective load. Their strategies...Read more

The power of open, inclusive decisions

The power of open, inclusive decisions
An open decision can be a powerful decision. On March 30, 2017, the open organization community gathered on Twitter to discuss ways we can all make...Read more

What living off the grid taught me about openness

What living off the grid taught me about openness
The Terra Perma community is one big, open-air experiment. Open principles are constantly under construction.Read more

2 tools for transforming senior management into open leaders

2 tools for transforming senior management into open leaders
Follow these steps to locate your "leadership multiplier."Read more

Help us write the next IT culture book

Help us write the next IT culture book
We're writing the next volume of the Open Organization book series—in the open. You can help.Read more

7 ways to discuss legal matters with an open community

7 ways to discuss legal matters with an open community
Are your organization's lawyers ready to engage an open community? Don't let them make these mistakes.Read more

Does your open source project need a president?

Does your open source project need a president?
Recently I was lucky enough to be invited to attend the Linux Foundation Open Source Leadership Summit . The event was stacked with many of the...Read more

Working for a mission, not a boss

Working for a mission, not a boss
Big data founder of Crayon, Suresh V. Shankar, explains the value of embracing "stupidity."Read more