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Distributed Management

Abfc88b96ae18c85ba7aac3bded2ec5e?s=47 Ryan Tomayko
October 04, 2012

Distributed Management

How GitHub can organize and cooperate without dedicated managers by adopting the constraints of open source software development.

Video: http://redmonk.com/tv/2012/10/24/distributed-management-githubs-ryan-tomayko/

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Ryan Tomayko

October 04, 2012
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  1. Distributed Management

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  4. Hubbers: 122

  5. 04 Founders 55 Developers 17 Designers 12 Support 10 Ops

    04 Sales Hubbers: 122 04 Office 03 Training 02 HR 01 Marketing 01 Shop 01 Community
  6. No Managers

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  8. © Franck Cuny

  9. Contributors

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  15. Maintainers

  16. Ryan Tomayko twitter.com/rtomayko github.com/rtomayko etc.

  17. “That’s cool and all when you’re a small company, but

    eventually you’re going to need management and structure.“ - Everybody Ever
  18. CEO CEO

  19. Problems GitHub Has Problems Best Solved By Managers

  20. “That’s cool and all when you’re a small company, but

    eventually you’re going to need management and structure.“ - Everybody Ever
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  24. Role of Management Carry information Coordinate across boundaries Steer people

    toward org goals Make sure people are working Hiring
  25. No Managers

  26. No Managers 122

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  28. Open Source Constraints Electronic Available (URL) Asynchronous Lock free

  29. Internal Tools

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  35. Office

  36. Chat Office

  37. *

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  40. Learning by Lurking

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  43. Process and Communication Electronic Available (URL) Asynchronous Lock free

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  46. Families

  47. @haacked

  48. @imbriaco

  49. The Entire Open Source Community

  50. Process and Communication Electronic Available (URL) Asynchronous Lock free

  51. EOF