Mind Mapping Open Source Program Offices
Open Source Program Offices and similar initiatives serve many organizations to provide strategy and alignment on top of the organization's open source efforts. However, due to the wide scope of skills, responsibilities, sizes, and ways of working, the entry barriers to fully understand its ecosystem can turn intro a difficult and low process.
The OSPO Mind Map was created by the community for the community to scheme the Open Source Program Office's key areas (responsibilities, roles, behavior, and team size) and divide them into more easily accessible parts on just one page.
During this presentation, Ana will share with the audience how this mind map is structured and how Open Source Program Office professionals can make use of the OSPO Mind Map to help implement an OSPO strategy and better communicate the OSPO initiative with its organization.
The audience will learn the story behind the OSPO Mind Map project, a practical implementation of the mind map for their OSPO as well as ways to contribute to the project and bring cross-community collaboration.