Bryan Behrenshausen contributed content

Contributed content by Bryan Behrenshausen

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Open projects generate feedback—lots of it. How can leaders manage it all? This process might help.

Celebrate the Open Organization community's sixth anniversary by getting involved in two exciting new projects.
Pull to open here

How can managers empower other managers to lead with open principles in mind?
Ship sails in the sky

In an open organization, the best kind of manager is the one that sets context and empowers others to do their best work.
Brick wall between two people, a developer and an operations manager

How does transitioning into management change someone's view of working according to open principles?
Two different business organization charts

Being more transparent and collaborative in our management practices can lead to feelings of inclusion, support, and belonging on our teams.
Tug of war

In some organizations, a cultural aversion to openness is strong. How can managers overcome it—and create a new sense of shared purpose on their teams?
Open Lego CAD

Managing openly can feel intimidating. One manager explains why it's worth the risks.
Media ladder

What does great management look like in an open organization? DeLisa Alexander of Red Hat explains a new, open resource that paints one vision.
Collaboration starts with communication amongst teams and across silos

Clearly defining roles and responsibilities is essential to effective open source community management. Here are some ways to help you organize.