A little off topic ....Why Radical Transparency Is Good Business, anyone ant to chat over a coffee?
The original idea came about as I was reading some new articles of association for a new company I have founded with Simon Grice. It came to me that so much of company policy was formed when communication were limited by pony express, seals and letters.
Anyway this started a process that we are now living at iNeed (the new company) where we are put together an investors page (we raised £50k on CrowdCube) which is based on radical openness and we are also aiming at changing the whole process of openness and transparency
I would love to find someone else who is interested in this topic to chat about it over a coffee