” Feeling like you’re fighting for your share of a finite pie will grossly inhibit your willingness to contribute and collaborate.”
Yet it’s a phrase you might never hear at work.
Why not? And what can we do about it?
What the people who deliver those TED talks know – and what any open source developer or student of the Internet knows – is that when you share your work online, you tend to identify relevant experts and elicit contribution.
This may seem obvious for famous examples like Wikipedia and Linux. But it’s true for an incredible range of things. Drones, genetics, gardening, production methods and materials, education. There’s even a blueprint for an entire civilization. Almost anything you can think of can benefit from the contribution of…
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