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Want to overcome your team's feelings of inadequacy? Start by making different language choices.
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Leading offline groups can be challenging. These three tips make it easier.
Open community, gardeners and food co-op

When participating in open source, self-confidence plays a huge role. Learn these three vital...
A sprout in a forest

Learning from great storytellers makes us better open leaders—as long as we understand what these roles have in common.
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As openness spreads, the number of groups familiar with it increases. Laura Hilliger suggests four...
Lots of people in a crowd.

Working openly means designing for participation. "Designing for participation" is a way of...
A carrot and a stick.

Laura Hilliger offers candid answers to a recent survey about organizational management.
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Open organizational principles don't necessarily rely on the digital technologies we tend to...
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Leading open teams involves collaborating with all kinds of personalities. Laura Hilliger shares...
Open source skills

Laura Hilliger offers six steps to succeeding in a meritocracy—no matter what role you perform in...