Founder, President, and Social Systems Architect at OpenTeams
Me in Three
My passion has been discovering and implementing Management 2.0 since well before the term was coined, going back to the early 90s with a library of books and articles to match. I'm a McKinsey alum and Rice BSEE/MBA currently running OpenTeams, a web-based collaborative software company that emphasizes openness and transparency inside large organizations.
My hobby is running a popular blog, Houston Strategies, on topics such as transportation, transit, economic development, quality-of-life, city identity, and development and land-use regulations - and have published numerous Houston Chronicle op-eds on these topics. I also co-authored the Opportunity Urbanism study with noted urbanist Joel Kotkin and others, creating a city philosophy and policy framework around upward social mobility for all citizens.
We also offer consulting services at OpenTeams, whether integrated with the software or separate, and are always looking for new partners to help push Management 2.0 forward. Contact me at tgattis (at) OpenTeams.com (anti-spam format).
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