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OK I should have done Wikipedia I do have it and say all things so why am I here I am I want to tell you about something that my company does it's called open Friday and it's training and it's so how we spread knowledge in the company so I consider as a learning organization mainly because of that opened Friday being on edge replace a lot of our meetings and tell we didn't come up with new ideas and now that the really cool thing 2 then I see exactly the same thing that you and I wanna talk about the general history of what we've had before or until we came up with that thing and just give you a little bit of context I look at the can we have an office in the slot and they're all co located so just so you know then that in the end you know how your situation will vary from ours so we are all in the same place and makes it much easier many things and we are 120 people when the story starts in 2010 we were 1665 it and then split 0 yes and when he came up with a prior and when you find to solve all the benefits that together here that was pretty neat to do that so we knew where telephone provider and we've got a show about 5 products and we build all of it on our own because we have this velocity to have then you can't change stuff and then you will only be able to all 4 what everyone else offers because everybody over by the same black box so we have a lot of fun and and databases and the telephone that and that the old ourselves and the ratio
between the people with the actual product and the
supporting people like legal and accounting and customer support this is always in half leading then the but have a people Peabody developers so why 2010 so once and on the company In 2010 and M. is that it's doing Scrum shortly thereafter which is kind of a break and we started doing all the fighting about 2012 those Banach for 3 years and we're still pretty happy so what was it in in the olden days we started crime with out of anybody in the company and having before so all the knowledge that we had was the knowledge and I and we have the usual so we had uh but from that team that was in 1 room and we had that they can't even 1 Roman V. melody both in 1 room and we started to mixed those genes up into a cross-functional teams which trades each team 1 after the other and then we just when crime ways the the so in the beginning and was fabulously classes beyond conventional so we had like 6 project managers who became probability and so of when we get this which is grammar and before they were working so walking around trying to keep out what people are actually doing Our loads of the times the developers would just run which is the waiting for someone else for some handled so there was a lot of time in between and the systems waiting times I once we did the switch as those sticks product owners could barely keep up with the demand there was actually a lot of times that teams with there wouldn't be enough backlog for all of us so we all had the same network being all pulled all 5 teams pulled from the same network and sometimes they're just weren't enough repair source and then in the middle of this when was like yeah well we counted on on know what yes I'll switch
to the pier I think this is going on in OK what have I don't know I could 0 well let's just that's where I can Paris we find anyway the 1 and more than what I want it's all camera that's us well thank you that kind of somebody make processes and to put my boss so before astronomy at so many ideas and we never got around to doing that and then we saw we needed twice as many developers and I was found which embedded thinking of another things to do so that all the genes that work quite the switch but it came at a price so and in 7 and we were all slightly continue to we had also accumulated some technical debt so it's not supposed to have but it happened anyway and we already have quite a bit of legacy code uh not ideal and if you like we were enhanced wheels so that was a spent and then there was the next and the next and the next and there was nothing on the horizon to ever that and led to quite a bit of problems that is that I was a spy muscle so developers approaches and 1 thing that came to a halt because we're actually very helpful could I and where you very differently but In Scrum every team had the commitment to their own team and of course they want to make that commitment they didn't wanna let the people immediately around them down so that we were all more reluctant to help somebody else and you need that is in the old ways 1 year ago there was a one-to-one relationship between a developer and system so you worry about OK you maintain that demon so when you wanted to but now we had the shared base and you often need help if you wanted to do something that the human you often have like 0 knowledge Of course there was no documentation let's not kid ourselves and so that was a bit of a problem and because we have that shared code base often you to come to a consensus about how we're going to run things there was no CTO no technical team made nobody who could have just taken that decision so we would like 20 later 30 people we needed to figure things out for ourselves how we were going to do that and magnetic well it was on so was much harder others we can do that with 30 people quite past Back then you know not so much and we didn't really have time to all need to have like and all that and meeting historically the good and very innovative company so we we were the 1st 1 was several things in germany at least but not of the resulted from developers heading down time and by that I I'm just going to W and if you don't have that downtime anymore and it nevertheless innovation and I also In the problem no you technologies people becoming cranky because they never got to play with something new all we have and use the the ugliest I think we still have loads of manual maintenance so we had a service that would just run occasionally full and somebody would have to go and manually to expand handed ashamed to say that we had lots of those places so just I think but what you would have said OK we're going to going to clean this up but it would have halted everything from couple all but these weeks to automate all these things and we frankly we weren't that we willing to do that so we need to come up with another way and just for the record we clean up most of the things so that but it but it and I think right now we have 1 and thing where you have to manually like and an adult is not the number of students who wanted to do those things so just to summarise that was just not a sustainable pace which effectively what you were supposed to do have the solution that we came up with was slack time the fuels like when you deliberately do not plan all of your time 100 % but if you leave unplanned Chinese in so that if something comes up but all of the improvements bring their time to react in time to do that and well what it what is the scum ostrich into do we research mode and we look at what the what other people to introduce like the obvious 1 is that you take some sort of break between the screen and and this but beginning and there is Michael described as 6 times 2 plus 1 but you have to experience we had to explain this by the way to go and you spend 4 6 2 expressions and then you have once like when come as a smoking tidying up making ready for production the not who will has a popular right you others Friday so every Friday you are free to work on your side project they have a very heavy focus on that you're supposed to who natural products and many able products came out of that like uh all college back in the days social media way before Facebook and and the only I don't know also 1 of those that have dead Gold contexts are mechanism from at the originate as described it for and executing where at the beginning of the spend every I had a person on the team gets a token this
gold card and you can you cannot I you know what you basically you get 1 day of rest and then you had in your talk and and then you're free for that day to work on whatever you want and in fact they had a quarter the things I think nowadays you would call it a heck of some what they can perform well aware that In this I think so fax day was once per quarter so Everything months to get you days and you really intensely Bollacker feature something complete feature with different teams so every he has their own picture that they can work on and in the end all we take the URL 1 they break between the end and the beginning because we had a couple of constraints so goal courts didn't work for us because we wanted everybody to have that time at the same time so that you knew you could ask other people they a number of really nasty problems that you know like 3 or 4 people and the right wants to come together to solve this so same time and we knew we wanted and often rather than just a few times so this 1 and some of you you might think OK what that management say to that can someone probably because they were already you know they like the developers Friday any of will what they did like about it was the pressure of having to come up with a dedicated project that you work on the basal they lose a lot of expectation a lot of pressure attached to that and and 1 that so we don't do that so that was easier we got that day so of 10 working days you just have 9 spend days later and the bad thing about it is that they have like a couple of conditions so there were on that everybody would use the time so what we came up with was the MDS any as kind of a random name it's not being spent uh after the for and even try to pick a name as random as possible and not to for example calling maintenance Thursday or something because that would limit what people think what they can do a on that day and we wanted to keep it as open as possible like you could do the maintenance that you that would I mean the when we did not pursue some of us think that actually affect the customers and suddenly you couldn't sign up for a new account of something that is really bad and you could also do pet projects the sole 2nd relation thing could do research on held other teams and we also did an impediment meetings so this whole consensus thing when you have to figure out something and putting styles or alleles looking to or something else something that from the way we did it we met in the morning and a circle that was meant for people to team so everybody would say whatever go to work on so to potentially find other people that would want to work on the same page it would work and then in the afternoon we will meet again go around again how quiet comment that there's something that they should have and a spreadsheet to keep track so that was supposed to be a reference for this so that you could hang a weight and it didn't somebody already looked into what was popular and and don't know mutual and then they could just as go such that spec sheet all also put a set so that you would remember 2 weeks after where you had left all the previous and and then ask me truly yeah I kind of 10 short so we need to pray train it as a surprise and we'll we'll honestly thought we were solving on our developers problems and most of these promises were actually from masters the man the we only had hard time and promises that so either a death sentence Komossa or in my case user experience and ScrumMaster not that idea I cannot recommend that role and the that but back to the you related to the disaster so we came up with the squared and together with the sea level and we experiment on people and that won't have do you know this mm we tried to do the right thing here so today when I tell at it's communication and that this had to change because we didn't really consult people affected and actually Knowl they were just decided himself that would come up with something themselves but back then we will honestly see that the backwash will suffice but here they have to how many but I think that's the real underlying problem is that it was the trust issue that the sea level they really us the developers and the developers have very antenna for that so that this good morning search and yeah we have a perfectly good reason people to team up but that was not where the idea originated it was actually to hold people accountable not just go all the many ways and and the spreadsheet also so that people would not just I'll the whole and nothing was that and people felt that they felt like a mention and that failed the House surveillance and now that made everything harder it's a couple of the problems within 2 months prior that's how we started so try this for 2 months so effectively for any of us and them all take take the toll and see what happens and some of the problems that we have where the people worked alone we did lots of starting and ready finished anything but we still have so and you would think yeah can do both you and you can launch barely finished things where nobody has ever thought through the implications of the lifetime cost of that I and often you can feel that when he was in the ground that they had just come up with what they were going to do so was ad-hoc and was barely thought out all modernize so after the 2 months where the 1st writing work so we introduce new low-end more rules to solve the problem and you can take a guess about how the new world that it came up with way that she was supposed to freeze your obtained as a story so that it has the so that component that you know what you actually doing that the end you have a to hand in 1 day prior to any and so that would be more out and we required pairing because for example this is 1 of those rules mainly targeted like 1 person but instead of going to the 1 person think don't due to its path we may have a rule for everybody and that that you were supposed to work in Paris that these 2 people would think it was valuable what you're doing surprisingly that didn't make it that still need about n and soon I added to my shame we just went like that we and on swallowing up change group kind of weary of all that changed and we did have a better idea and it's all so I'm all for problem regions let it slide I think it's somewhere around that time I left the company and I join later
and then in 2012 you think the you you all and is it to lie this when the work in this you there were the and to rephrase to all the time so is there a solution for everybody and ordered the mistakes that we make actually help from the management that they have today and both kind both so every mistake that we made and we made lots still it helped us get where we are today so so belong to this whole agile and tradition and change things the more I'm convinced that you is really impatient with why can't everybody I think it's a clear and why can everybody see that and to be honest I the time was long arms do you can't really accelerated you can accelerate somewhat but people have to make a lot of mistakes and the a lot of the things that they think are supposed to work and then don't because otherwise you always pitching and saying how I think we should do like that this is that we've never seen it and you comments it's gonna work and 1 but you will only be able to see that when you see it so and I think the more important thing is and the open to that yeah depend on a lot of mistakes but the mechanism and so on Friday is also something that I think will help considerably if you have a certain parameters in so trust doesn't have but have come to that later trust builds up over time so it's hard to accelerate that there are ways that it's difficult so so I friendships you often you just need time has been developed so in 2 thousand and 12 hours a year I've actually been right he comes back he comes back from the bottom and is a step on the way the development that now he's in front and 1 of his best characteristics is that he is very excitable and that she a very very huge it's contagious so it's not like you let down the line yeah sure I'm sure it's great but it's like yeah that sounds really great and I want to do is to say he presented in a way that so catching it was at the bottom this first one nothing for anyone in the company and they had this thing called open space and was completed this kind so what is open space school of you will know open space spaces and so just just not that many can based on technology and enables a participant Griffin gathering and you don't have a so usually come to a conference like posture and you have an agenda already somebody thought the other than to take this talk and not going take this talk in an open space you just come you have no idea what's going to happen because people pitch sessions then and there so it's really participants given the inventor of the phrase came up with the idea because he noticed that he and many other people but they like most about a conference were actually the hopping break and the things so where they got to talk to the other participants because these people also had a lot of knowledge not only the speaker and he thought of a way to maximize that time the other informal discussion and this value it so in the morning or whenever you start and also of course within in the evening and the facilitators the CU as states the scene and introduces the principles and the law the principles are whoever comes of the right people you don't need a CEO in your session to come up with something and whenever biases is the right time so you're not confined by the slots they are an orientation that the variance over bundle where ever it happens is the right place you don't have to to go into a room like this 1 you can also do it in knowledge all or outside and the rest of you want but every happens is the only thing that could have happened no regret and when it's over it's over so it's it's not it's the discussion ones laughter happen our and it's supposed to be an hour I gonna sit around for the last half an hour and the so those were the principles this is the law 2 feet if you join a session and then you feel like you're not contributing and you don't learn anything new and you just sleep that's why it's called open all the doors are supposed to be open usually don't do because of noise but now you can just enter at any time and even the time people actually do that and and that is a good thing that so back to the morning session after the kurtosis facilitator has introduced the fame other petitions introduce the topics and mentioned slots probably will have a good life structure with the rooms and the times and then you have your big sticky notes budget name on it that's important and then like I'm going to do did for beginners going to where ch 1 pm in Room put it there next 1 we have a rule that if you pitch several sessions you have to get back His being some people would attract professions pick all time and this is known as 1 of the black flag still ago there's a lot of people find this and 78 and anxiety approaching the actual data for beginners session I wasn't meant for people who are not developers because we're trying to get more people to commit like kind support with wording on the user experience people and the designers with CFS 8 and then you have the the actual sessions so at the time and space you all everybody who is interested in that particular topic you made up and the a session sponsored that's the present which the session they have to take notes so that there is some quotes I have some sort of record and Museum complex which just for your company and we always post the notes there or sometimes just a photo but notes about it because they're searchable and did so the opening ones 10 and the closing is average for in the afternoon and then you go around and give summaries of all the sessions they just go along with the and that happens a couple times because it's Friday and that the sessions funded in there anymore so somebody else has to do something that works the and the way we started is that there's different index site and he wrote an e-mail to
everyone here like let's try this out the wage and about the for 1 afternoon they start at 1 PM when 2 0 4 PM and about 20 people showed up that was half of all the people who develop product and here is a summary you know was too long to read and he has his own space was great we do that again everybody should come next time more cake and the everybody here is the key because he NES was just for developers open Friday is for everyone and I really mean everyone and since then we've done that every other Friday all they contend for an old company this works mostly on the the problem that we have is clients water because we've got a hotline and somebody's gonna stop of so these guys have to take turns they can't make that every time so they will come to you for weeks for every 6 weeks depending on get but apart from that so accounting we'll everybody in the kitchen personnel there's something that you have a strong I and what you 1 example all the year sessions that they do have silly on this particular day we had this is actually a slow so we found out that it's a wave pattern will have 1 on friday with lots of sessions of priority queues sessions lots of sessions few sessions billions of human session Friday in and we had proper mention the those quite a lot of telephone for going on and we want to protect ourselves and our customers we have a pattern library which is the the thing that you can go to the new sites that have a coherent look across product very fast we did a retrospective on that because it's not just 1 team and it's easier to get everyone on the planet some encoding stuff lanterns it as we invite people for lunch alone we might have knowledge was already underway will probably also some sort of retrospective constant communication how computer that better and my colleague will host his IPT 6 tell and I also use this talk on right but from and in the stroma masses at the time and introduce some sort of phrase that is making the rounds and here they are explained team phases so the mommy farming bonding thing says to make through everybody I have a problem with open fire works great so what does this work in any maori sentence for everybody it makes a huge difference I when all these different departments and it's not like we have walled up silos we're already involved framework by open that it still makes a difference and that you know that everybody is available no 1 and it turns out a lot of people are interested in things beyond their apartment let me helps and there's a lot of the supporting people they need suffered typically only a developer can fix and that also helps a lot spaces matchmaker between the people who are whether is in topic of interest and to bring all those people to there it allows for multiple touch to touch points during the day it with the MDS had this big in the morning and you had to come up with something for the whole day now you don't have to do that but you can take part in summer sessions and if you do every single session psilocybin find actually had 5 session along engaging also really need at the end it was a really good along fine it but it was really exhausting when you that engaged and of course the buoyant the analysis is an information radiative so you can connect England and so on so it's 5 2 2 that makes sense is going start soon so what what could I go look at I I would contribute when I'm interested in this time around we actually have a record so that the spreadsheet never really worked for tracking and especially modernized going to search something and so this works much better and because of genuinely they don't do the record uh to to keep track of people but to keep track of a topic and you keep track of what have we already decided or what ideas already had so the motivation behind it is very different all so it's so that actually working great and it works because we have a lot more trust than we used to have met just something that build up so see that the 1st everybody else much more to do what they think is best for the company that actually how 0 this is you don't have to go to a fight because you will still have the sector you can do whatever you want and for example there will be people who pitch uh I'm going to work on that show new were examined key 8 weeks and the key thing and you can come join me I'm going to do that all day and then on pitch that in the morning and you have to take part it's completely optional and then you put to like this is the day where you can do what you think is best for the company what is the best use of time on and turn and everybody else has come to trust the motivation and the the motivation of everybody else which more also the high so they're doing this because the no so good intentions just as your 1st go to but the benefits that problem from our of all of the original the benefits that the all of the problems that we try to solve with the NES in the 1st 1 of the 1st and so we get to know maintenance it's just not that much anymore but we get a new pet projects can research crossing really not that much of a problem because in the meantime we also have enough select during the spins to do that actually another problem anymore but it helps to have a dedicated and it was without a distributed on right when I was that and an impediment meetings we also don't have a maybe you have them just think of them differently of a don't call them anymore because I was at the time where you have a problem you can just do not invited flood and gone we and things don't have professor around 4 a month or 2 until everybody's really angry and then there's a couple benefits that we never forceful it's we use we just tried out in space and the so all things that the all the what they came up with that we didn't really try to get that it was just that well that pretty cool this will keep doing that we used to have a couple of rounds
of meetings to Singh remember we had product of each concept and so and we don't have a translation for that so as you can just come and dump whatever feature which you have then there was another when appeals would have slots and when would invite developers to talk about certain topics in because you knew that you don't believe you have to talk to them person specifically that's like minimum requirement for this discussion to make sense the and really broke the spend apart but all these several get to keep track of if you wanted to have a crossed the meeting babble with like 6 people would have to the forever until you on the spot where everybody could actually make it and then somebody was still much Philip was really crucial so all that is gone you know everybody's going to have time I'll find it so you just go with them and because it's optional and everybody who is there it would also invite as well and I think that it really doesn't make sense without not then I'll go to wall before and I K I going to do this on by session will you come and do because they're kind of crucial here and so that's something that you can do that you cannot mandate anybody come so it's got a completely different energy that any geometric immediately of 1 only has 1 that has have to be you know I can't bluff but the in this session is completely different environment quite boring and I just get up and a and other people might come and that sometimes means that sessions are very small but still you can be sure that everybody who is the ones to be there so the contribution level is completely different and usually you get all the people that you and it's across departments within which is a huge cross-pollination that so for example this is the fraud prevention such ban not mistaken this is all right from accounting and I think in the olden days that would have you know we need to have a meeting with about 5 people wow what a surprise all these people actually interested in how we increment problem and there from all kinds of departments another thing that we do a lot is knowledge transfer this is I think hugely beneficial because it means that if somebody in our computer learn something like as a teenager designs went maximum what uh taking that you can use to come up with the a with for example a landing page ready quickly and all for the type tested rapidly and after that they will 1 of the 5 session with all the things that make money so introducing K. actually there's this thing called the 9th by and we did it this way and this is popular so the whole company gets to where I call leveling up also the developer things I looked at John and how we cruise ship how we could integrate that here so stuff like that everybody gets this is not knowledge transfer session I think it In I can plot your mobile phone number when you provided a new system and he is the developer he told everybody in customer support or it's couple people and constant support about how is this going to work way before they actually have to do with some random and last but not least it gives you a bias for action so just sitting on it as you have nothing I can do it's just the way things were no they're not you know like what's happening on then for he through a mobile session and changes and sometimes you will find out that you're the only 1 who things that is a problem and that is a valuable tool because then you'll probably shut up about it and so stop making people spreading negativity about something that is a non-issue for everybody but you and and there's a saying everybody should you know so you don't need that much leadership of everybody takes a leadership in a certain situation and with finding that the opportunity to war practice that because I think 1 of the most sentiment is a standard form of appeal a room full of people and pitch Neil some and make people interested and that and then maybe you even have to guide the discussion of the and people do that so that worked out pretty nicely and 1 the other is that now we do have a little fun i it it's a very high energy day of In the weekend the open Friday week usually people got look forward to open fire and it's not like our usual word based on misery is just sit out Friday included and people often have sessions in advance that they have already planned on and so pitch bad and it's going we also the directed up and if you got a problem the solution is usually just 1 of the primary way that's pretty cool the question is what would you oil company they're willing to invest given that I considered this a great idea to try and so we use 10 % and we were lucky that we already had to select a line around and land under well was underwhelming could have been better so we could take this but is no reason why you can't just start small the way that step 100 the blue 1 of 2 things ontology is a whiteboard and this and while some room probably already 1 room you could have a single frank open space and people who are genuinely willing to find that and just same how the atmospheric changes yeah a i've flow May 1 pp about that a I will also link to the stick is but that is in 1 page 1 is an open space for that word so this is something that you could just spread in your company so that people already know what's going away and that's it thank you without other questions and government with the view that all all and what but they have while the fighting that's and the NES was find and was the 1st then because we had the spring change in the middle of the week 1 side we thought it would be neat to do it on a wednesday and I think the original reasoning was that we wanna launch on the day before and you don't wanna launched so many things on the fighting just launch everyday
small stuff so we don't have that constrain anymore and there in the beginning also all the teachers synchronized and now we have 2 teams that want to expand and they already they always end on the Thursday before on Friday and that 1 on the expense and for the following therefore they span is really high when the weights and you actually look at it's just that the Friday's usually the model for all it's the end of the week and to be required on I think that most companies the friday is kind of uh the the video and you get less stand on a friday because you like it you have the weekend that's a way to really make a lot of a day that's usually community quiet what that to what they the of it all of the following again we use the term that popular and the I think you missed the beginning of the talk and because and the the question is on it might not be bad for productivity which as you all look forward to that Friday and you will you don't like what you do the rest of the week emulate just waiting and would it be better to have like 10 per cent that you can spend any time you want and the reason we don't do this and why I wouldn't recommend it but it depends on what problem you wanna sold or what benefits 1 again is that we want everybody to be well at the same time so it's not just so that you walk and stuff but you really only when our company if you wanna do stuff nice % of the time you're gonna need other people to do it you need buy and use the information as Schuchard so typically not a pet project it happens and people do it all a VAD or most of the times it's discussing things that starting an initiative I think we should really be doing that but and there may be a bit of fun after that you just coded whatever you came up with but you want the input of the other people but you don't we have an internet that's you know what called something that nobody's going to use and that everybody's going and as a productivity our usual work week is not that they didn't Jeriko OK so I don't hate that only most of the time of so that's I think that's true for 95 per cent of people so in the UK and not not really what you ask for Butterball productivity I don't believe busy people 0 and a lot of companies it seems like it's really important to be the to be busy and to do I to believe callable at 10 by quantifying how OK I would just know who that's my time 10 PM in the evening is so I don't believe in busy even results and the day that we invest it from the outside so I don't know if you can see it that all the stuff that people don't do because we don't go down the wrong road because we've talked to people before and you know what they kind of 1 in that saves a lot of time and then you don't have to be busy all the time because they're the during training 1st 1st attempt anyway and you can save a lot of work there was 1 the you all of the and how much preparation do you do before a session that completely if they completely depend on what kind of session so sometimes it's just like I wanna talk about that when I'm just going uh but lasts last friday added is what I came back from a conference from edge and I had a lot of things that we take their so exercises games to prepare you in this case for complex pollution and I didn't prepare and color swatches so those at home because I have a lot of colors and it took like 15 minutes in and printed out there that they spent about an hour for a session that then when an hour but because I had just been at the conference I didn't need to prepare them much our I know people it really depends if you're doing a workshop and you want everybody else to get a lot of value that and you got the time has been so it's not something that you just do it like that this on friday such event the the question is is there sometimes additional time yes but I think that's about 10 per cent of Sessions and 90 per cent of Sessions is just like I want talk about that or I'm going to do the research then and there so this is the time that it takes to invest the you well if you know what the OK and what did says see that of senior management due to for the progression so at 1st they influence the rules of of the very 1st NES which we have established 10 out because of this whole I think the underlying thing the precision and we then they there might be a major driver of adjusting the rules of making an even worse even more surveillance and that they did give us to select that and if they did not set in anybody's waiting for for introducing the open space but this was just something that different kind data I'm guessing he asked he's been with the company very long so the longer you out of the company the more you know the sea level and then they they there's an anecdote there was this kind of Friday's session of they have never even seen the boss of cycle I will I will recognize them and the guy Nixon was about that not that bad and that was that was 0 that's OK here that online now when I joined in 2010 January was traditionally the boss was on holiday and was really so because people knew he would take back decisions and face that is valid wall all of the happiest work knowledge he's on parental leave for the I haven't seen him in a while and that's OK because everybody's just happily scrolling away and working so it really changed how dependent we are and how many decisions they take where pretty self organized I we just take a respect to bosses that 1 is more present and the other that and I believe propose of probably from 1 of the the sort of thank you
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Titel Thank God it's Open Friday
Serientitel FrOSCon 2015
Teil 12
Anzahl der Teile 80
Autor Baldauf, Corinna
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung 3.0 Unported:
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DOI 10.5446/19559
Herausgeber Free and Open Source software Conference (FrOSCon) e.V.
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract Tech companies that want to stay relevant better learn to learn. More specifically they need employees that learn fast and share their knowledge. But how to make time for that? We invest 10% of our time to hold an Open Space every other Friday. We're still thrilled with the results! Corinna Baldauf

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