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Old 08-31-2015, 10:31 AM   #1
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LXer: The Open Organization book club: Why opening up your org matters


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We are at an incredible intersection in history. The growth of computing, the Internet, and education is creating a wealth of open innovation around the world. While this was born back in the early days of "free software" in universities, it is now a global phenomenon powering major infrastructure, banks, devices, and more.It has also spawned hundreds of companies that were born in a culture of open source and collaboration. This is changing how we do business.The Open Organization is all about taking that spirit of openness and collaboration and injecting into it the complex organism that is a company.read more

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