Unconferences strike again.
chris at chriscorrigan.com
Sun May 13 10:16:27 PDT 2007
Even though OST isn't mentioned in this article, I'd like to say that it is
very significant that "Unconferences" are not owned by anyone. What's clear
is that this format has escaped into the public domain, and I think that has
much to do with the fact that OST itself was released in the public domain.
I'm just noticing a deeper pattern here...OST has always been way ahead of
its time, and not only on the process part, The OST community has led the
way with using internet technology, being in the public domain and
attracting an active and supportive community of practitioners. We've been
turning the business world on its head for years, all in the service of
inviting people to do things together in better and better ways.
Just tooting the collective horn here!
On 5/13/07, Harrison Owen <hhowen at verizon.net> wrote:
> Seems like our secret it out! Or maybe the secret is that Open Space has
> gone under deep cover. See the recent Business Week
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