Thursday, July 19, 2012

The 10 Principles of Open Business

Regular readers know my day job at 90:10 Group focuses on delivering Open Business. After 3 years of doing so with large organisations across EMEA, co-founder Jamie Burke and I have concluded there are 10 Principles of Open Business.
An Open Business is one which uses its available resources to discover people who care about the same Purpose it does, brings those people together and joins with them to achieve that Purpose.
It is designed from the outset to scale through participation. It makes partners of customers.
Over the next few weeks we'll build on this to define the 10 Principles of Open Business and share case studies demonstrating the success of each Principle in practice. We’ll set a ‘Goal State’ as the ideal outcome and describe the ‘Worst Case’ position – to enable you to benchmark your organisation’s progress towards each Goal States.

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