Digital disruption is changing the nature of business, contemporary workers are demanding more from their organizations, and what it means to be a leader is shifting significantly as a result.
Leading open teams involves collaborating with all kinds of personalities. Laura Hilliger shares secrets for making it work.
In meritocracies, leaders can emerge anywhere—if you let them. Jackie Yeaney explains how to do it.
Jackie Yeaney, EVP of Strategy and Corporate Marketing at Red Hat, explains the most difficult—and most important—lesson she learned when joining an open organization.
Laura Hilliger offers six steps to succeeding in a meritocracy—no matter what role you perform in your open organization.
Jim shares his advice for anyone hoping to make a career of leading an open organization.
The Tao Te Ching is one of the most-translated texts in existence. And it has something to teach project managers wishing to lead in open organizations, says Allison Matlack.
Introducing the 2016 Open Organization Twitter Sweepstakes!
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The Open Your World webcast series highlights leaders and thinkers in the open source space—in business, in technology, and in life. Our most recent guest was Charlene Li, whose latest book, Open Leadership, is a New York Times bestseller. She also co-authored the popular new-media tome,... Read more