I am sure you have received feedback at one point in your life. Whether it was your manager giving you annual feedback on your performance, or your professor critiquing your research paper, or as simple as your friend giving you their opinion on your new drawing.
Open Social seems like a friendly and transparent company. But is it really? Is this worth your investment? Will it work for your team? As a new joiner earlier this year, I decided to share my first-hand experience while still relatively unbiased of what it’s like from within.
Software suppliers Open Social and SIMgroep (SIM) join forces in the field of community platforms. They offer a future proof, secure social intranet for governments.
These are just some of the ways we can imagine you using our software, but we know there are more ways you can help. We are trying to seed ideas of action and urge people to take it further. We can facilitate change, but we need your help to do it!
We are faced with a need to adapt to a changing social and business environment; many companies opt for quick fixes that ultimately fail. But there are other good options. At Open Social, we have not changed our mission statement, but we are changing the way we do business to make sure we are helpin