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Open community, gardeners and food co-op

Building community is tricky, delicate work. This video explains 10 of the most common mistakes organizations and leaders make when they try to do it.
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Working openly means admitting when we've made mistakes. What would you do differently if you could?
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How to build a productive relationship with the complicated people in your life.
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How can you define project requirements, engage multiple stakeholders, delegate work, and track progress—all in the open? Here's one tried-and-true method.
Open ethernet cords.

In open organizations, lines of communication move in unconventional directions. Do you know how to adapt your style to different audiences?
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The most common mistakes open source projects make and how to avoid them.
Blocks for building

Try these quick and practical tips to get more people reading the blog content you're creating.
Open culture at a history museum

"Culture" is an ambiguous concept—but the teams that understand its intricacies are poised for success.
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One of an open source project's first challenges is determining the best way for contributors to collaborate.
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Why has GPL license usage dropped dramatically? Jono Bacon proposes the change is due to increased...