Open Organization Maturity Model

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Open Organization Maturity Model Toicon-icon-avocado-build.svg
Start date Sat 26 August 2017
Contact Ilja (talk)
tierce (talk)
HgO (talk)
Status In progress

Description

This description is copied form the Open Organization Maturity Model and can be improved and / or adapted to our own organization and / or any political oriented ones.

The Open Organization Maturity Model is a framework for helping your organization to become more transparent, inclusive, adaptable, collaborative, and communal. It outlines steps that individuals, teams, and organizations can take to critically examine their organizational practices and chart their progress toward becoming a more open organization (as outlined in the Open Organization Definition). source

For on-line discussions on this project, we have our Loomio thread.

Purpose

The purpose of this project is to create a tool/tools to asses and invite us, as pirates, to consider our own «openness» as defined by the open organization definition. To do this we base ourself on the open organization maturity model framework created by the Open Organization Ambassadors.

Events

Event Date Venue
Toicon-icon-avocado-discuss.svg Pirate Lab August 2017 Sat 26 August 2017, 1:00pm D'autres mondes – Rue Notre Dame 13
5030 Gembloux

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Documentation

Roadmap and todos

  • Read the https://pad.pirateparty.be/p/The_Open_Organization_Maturity_Model
  • Create the wiki page for this project done
  • Create a loomio Thread for this project done
  • (optional) Translate in FR, NL, ... work on progress
  • Create a questionnaire based on this restructured model. made into a wiki page
    • create 'common sentences'
    • change the word 'leader' to something more fitting
  • What tool for this «questionnaire»
    • Humans asking questions ?
    • On-line Forms using Limesurey?, Framadate, FramaForm (buggy), Tellform ... ??
  • Use the model on the Pirate Party
    • locally or globaly
  • Invite «others» to use it on their subgroups (squad, crew, project...)