Authored Content

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Investing in learning agility and core capabilities is as important for the individual worker as it is for the decision-making executive. Thinking openly can get us there.
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The ability to learn and adapt quickly isn't something our hiring algorithms typically identify. But by ignoring it, we're overlooking insightful and innovative job candidates.
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Here's a 4-step, open process for making change easier—both for you and your organization.
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Profound changes are afoot. Leading your organization through them requires an open approach.
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If you're looking for talented people you can turn into cultural doppelgängers—rather than seeking to align productive differences toward a common goal—you're doing it wrong.

Contributed Content

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Our community dedicated to exploring open organizational culture and design turns four years old this week.