The Open Organization Ambassadors serve as a small global community of thought and industry leaders driving the conversation on open principles, leadership, culture and digital transformation.
Open Organization Community Contributor 2016 – present
Open Organization Ambassador 2017-present
Emerging Contributor Award, 2017
People’s Choice Award, 2018
My Contributions as Ambassador
Alongside my fellow Ambassadors, I have contributed the following on a monthly basis since joining:
- Thought leadership
- Intellectual properties for the community
- Produced publications
- International Speaking + Panels
- Workshop development + facilitation
- Community architecture
- Community management
- Program development
Open Organization Articles
On June 8, 2018, members of the Open Organization Ambassadors community joined Red Hat associates across the globe to discuss the power of community and the future of open organizations.
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.
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.
Here’s a 4-step, open process for making change easier—both for you and your organization.
Profound changes are afoot. Leading your organization through them requires an open approach.
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.
At the heart of what we call “digital transformation” isn’t just technology—it’s people, too. When we forget that, we put our organizations in danger.
A roundtable discussion with Open Org Ambassadors held for Red Hat on June 8, 2018. https://youtu.be/b-PaGV6aYYw
We all want a productive environment in which to do our work. Agile workplaces—and agile people— thrive in a community-driven environment. Yet for most, the challenge remains: How do we effectively create that community?
Lessons from Slalom’s successful growth prove that openness scales. Slalom’s case is rich and illustrative. But to understand it, we must first understand scalability.
6 Tips For Interviewing With Open Culture Companies For the last several years, I've been studying under an open organization and future of work guru. And for longer than I can remember, I've felt that business should operate differently—really move at the speed their...