Professional Open Source Management (LFC210)
Skills Covered: Open Source Management, Open Source Management Strategy, Open Source Management Policy, Open Source Management Process Development, OSS Management Implementation Planning
ABOUT THIS COURSE
This free course provides a multidisciplinary review of best practises in open source project management.
This course is intended for those interested in or active in open source management, including technical and regulatory administrators, software production managers, open source programme managers, software architects, authors, and maintainers, and product managers with open source or proprietary products incorporating substantial open source.
Managing the use of open source technologies in most settings requires the involvement of corporate executives, the legal team, software architecture, software development, software maintenance, and product management. In particular, combining all of these functions, with their many different points of view, into a cohesive (and efficient) collection of activities is one of the most important challenges in open source management. Individuals of each role are prepared by the course to consider the main features of the other roles.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
The course is organised around the key phases of developing a Professional Open Source Management programme, which include:
- Open Source Software and Open Source Management Basics,
- Open Source Management Strategy,
- Open Source Policy,
- Open Source Processes,
- Open Source Management Program Implementation.
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