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People Operations at Mozilla Corporation: Scaling a Peer-to-Peer Global Community
Bahrami, Homa
Publication date: 6/1/2013, pages 1-26

The Mozilla case study describes Debbie Cohen's, Vice President and Chief of People, key initiatives in a software entity that was one of the pioneers of the "open source" movement. The case study showcases Mozilla's unique culture of distributed decision-making and delegated leadership - it has a small staff of over 1,100 and millions of volunteers around the world. The case also showcases Cohen's innovative, yet tailored, talent strategy for Mozilla, and implementation of a series of initiatives related to compensation, onboarding, and development. The case study concludes in April 2013, when Cohen is able to reflect on her time working at such a unique and some would say "cultish" organization.
 


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