Benefits of Open Organization

People are ambitious; they constantly want to do as much as the possibly can when passionate. It doesn’t take humans much to do something that they already wanted to do. In fact, if people are interested in something, they are more likely to handle it on their own.

Growing up means a lot to people, getting married, graduating, and eventually beginning a career. No one genuinely wants to go to a job everyday where they are neglected, their ideas are revoked, and they only complete other peoples wishes. No, everyone wants a say. People want to be respected and treated well in a work environment. Thats why open organizations exist. An open organization is one where people communicate their ideas and work them together, no ranking and business strategy where wishes flow from the top down. Everyone knows that a good business has a good foundation. Thats why with red hat business is done from the bottom up.

Red Hat, a company who makes high quality software for free is a master of this strategy. They 100% believe that with all its employees contributing to a goal of a better business that more creativity, and innovation will develop into better opportunities. Also, ideas build off of one another which really pushes the teamwork and communication skills of this company.

Google has a new initiative developed solely upon the fact that people do better when they personally want something, passion or drive. They have recently began to give their employees 20 percent time to pursue their own idea that could grow the company. So, approximately 60 days out of a year the employees get time devoted to their own goals within and for the company.

Even google, one of the most successful companies in the world is transitioning to see what the open organization is all about, this proves that it is an amazing idea. So go and try to have an idea, communicate it with others and maybe they’ll work alongside of you to solve a growing issue. Communicate and innovate creatively throughout all life but don’t be surprised where it takes you.

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