recap

Exploring cultures of agility and blamelessness

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In October, the OpenOrg and DevOps communities joined forces for an #OpenOrgChat.Read more

Is being open worth the effort?

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What are the greatest challenges open organizations face today? Our community discussed and debated at the August #OpenOrgChat. Here's a recap of our...Read more

Organizing openly for the public good

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The open organization community recently held an #OpenOrgChat to discuss open values in non-profit contexts. Here's a recap of our conversation.Read more

Imagining classrooms as open organizations

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What can the open organization and open education movements learn from one another? We gathered to think about it (in the open, of course).Read more

When Main Street opens up

When Main Street opens up
How does open organizational thinking impact Main Street businesses? Our community discussed.Read more

When OpenOrg and OpenGov collide

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Did you miss the recent #OpenOrgChat on open government? We've got a recap for you.Read more

In Open Org book club, we let the sparks fly

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In "Letting the Sparks Fly," The Open Organization's fifth chapter, Jim Whitehurst directs readers' attention to forces that inhibit the kind of "...Read more

Patching management is like patching code

The Open Organization, was crafted and drafted in all of its forms, from start to finish using an open source tool: LibreOffice. True to the open...Read more