Adopting an InnerSource Culture with GitHub
Learn how InnerSource enables you to harness the collective intelligence of your organization and build amazing proprietary software across industries, teams, and time zones.
What you'll learn
In today's environment people are asked to innovate faster than ever before. The idea of digital transformation is no longer a novel concept. Even if you’ve never heard the term “InnerSource” to describe how teams build their software, you’ll probably still recognize many of the principles behind it. In this course, Adopting an InnerSource Culture with GitHub, you'll be introduced to InnerSource best practices backed by customer stories where InnerSource is powering code at the world's most influential companies. First, you'll build out a Git repository as an InnerSource toolkit with content and resources to guide you and your team, as well as your organization. Next, you'll kickstart your InnerSource adoption which will lead to better communication, a larger contribution pool, and transparent and concise visibility into your projects for better metrics, outcomes and sustainability. Finally, you'll explore how to implement these best practices to keep these large-scale open source projects successeful.By the end of this course, you'll be able to harness the collective intelligence of your organization and build amazing proprietary software across industries, teams, and time zones.
Table of contents
- How Can You InnerSource? 3m
- The 3 Lenses of InnerSource 3m
- Lense 1: Culture 1m
- Understanding Cultural Ingredients 2m
- The Emperor's New Clothes Test 3m
- Demo: Add Culture Content to Toolkit 9m
- Lense 2: Developer Enablement 5m
- Contributor Friction 5m
- The Trusted Committer Role (TC) 5m
- Demo: Add Developer Enablement Content to Toolkit 4m