Saturday, December 5, 2009

7 lessons from Mozilla



7 lessons from Mozilla
  1. Superior products matter.
  2. Push ( most ) decisions-making to the edges.
  3. Communication will happen in every possible way ( so make sure it's reusable ).
  4. Make it easy for your community to do the important things.
  5. Surprise is overrated.
  6. Communities are not markets: members are citizens.
  7. The key is the art of figuring out whether and how to apply each of these ideas.
Source:
Lessons from Mozilla

John Lilly

WordCamp San Francisco 2009


I understand lesson 5 as don't surprise. Open communications beyond the inner circle. Let everyone who wants to know what Mozilla is doing knows what they are doing.

2 comments:

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