The Transparency Manifesto
This page represents a collaborative effort to establish a working defining for "transparency" as it relates to business, and particularly business communication. Too many people believe transparency means "no secrets," but clearly organizations keep certain information -- yet-to-be-reported financial results, product plans, intellectual property -- close to the vest. So what, exactly, is transparency?
To add ideas/anecdotes/other, please email John C. Havens at johnchavens at yahoo dot com and ask for the edit password.You can also email John or Shel Holtz (shel at holtz dot com) with any ideas/thoughts as well. And as stated below, please leave your name/contact info (here or email to John/Shel) so we can give you correct attribution for your ideas.
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Transparency How To's
Part of the focus of this wiki is to define the actionable elements of an effective Transparency initiative. Please provide how to's below with justification for your ideas. If you'd like to leave your name/contact info after your addition, we'd love to include you in future iterations of this project with proper attribution.John C. Havens:
Stories of Transparency Done Right
Stories of Transparency Gone Awry