How did you apply the concept of open source to leadership?

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Rajeev Peshawaria  (Author & CEO, Iclif Leadership and Governance Centre)

Rajeev Peshawaria defines the concept of open source, a term which refers to software architecture that is open and free for anyone to upgrade it. He talks about why he borrowed the term to identify our current time where everything is open thanks to social media and the Internet. According to Peshawaria, it is possible that Google and Facebook may know you better than you know yourself. He characterizes what he calls the open source era as a time when people are empowered, and leaders are completely exposed. He discusses how in this environment it is essential to treat fulltime employees differently than in previous decades. Peshawaria provides examples of how the gig economy has changed the workplace.


About Author

Rajeev Peshawaria

Author & CEO, Iclif Leadership and Governance Centre

Rajeev is the CEO of the Iclif Leadership and Governance Centre. He has extensive global experience in leadership development with a particular focus on uncovering personal and organizational “Leadership Energy,” and developing and delivering business strategy. Rajeev is former CLO of Coca-Cola & Morgan Stanley, and author of Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders (Simon & Schuster 2011), Be the Change (McGraw-Hill 2014), Open Source Leadership (McGraw-Hill Oct 2017), and a regular writer for Forbes.

Interviewed By

Vanessa Tyler

Vanessa Tyler

Sarder TV Journalist, and Emmy Award-Winning Journalist & Anchor

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