Imagine you knew absolutely everything there was to know about the company you buy from. I’m talking about their goals, values … even the challenges they face. It would be pretty radical right?
Or rather, the company in question would be radically transparent.
Radical transparency is a phenomenon that’s gaining traction, and this post is here to tell you why. I’ll be taking a look at what radical transparency means and how the approach is put into practice at Gitlab, a DevOps platform founded upon an open-source ethos.
To jump to a specific section of the post click the appropriate link below:
- What is radical transparency?
- A brief introduction to GitLab
- What does radical transparency look like at Gitlab?
- A look into GitLab’s employee handbook
- What does radical transparency look like in practice?
- Radical Transparency: Concluding thoughts 🧠
Let’s get started 🚀