The open organization community at Opensource.com (of which I’m a member) is pleased to announce the immediate release of its newest book, The Open Organization Guide to IT Culture Change.
As IT teams around the world rise to these new challenges, they’re realizing that radical change isn’t a matter of tools alone. It’s also a matter of culture—the values that underpin behaviors, influence problem-solving capability, and facilitate truly revolutionary potential. Those values are open values.
And forward-thinking IT organizations are leveraging those principles. They’re becoming more transparent, more collaborative, more mission-driven, and more agile to transform the way they work.
Consisting of more than 25 chapters from writers, practitioners, industry leaders, and notable technologists, the book explains how open principles are reshaping IT organizations today. It also offers practical advice for leaders seeking to catalyze powerful and lasting cultural changes in their IT organizations.
The book is licensed via a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. An electronic version is available for download at Opensource.com and here.
Paperback copies of the book will be available soon from publishing partner Lulu.