The reference of this article is Bahrami, H. (2013). People operations at Mozilla Corporation: Scaling a peer-to-peer global community (University of California at Berkeley Haas School of Business Case No. B5774).
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU USE THIS BELOW IS THE ATTACHMENT FOR THIS DICUSSION.
Part A: Execution of Strategy at Mozilla
- How would you describe Mozilla’s cultural and organizational DNA? What, specifically, about the way Mozilla enacts strategy and executes its business plan provides it with such depth?
- What do you think are the lessons from Mozilla for other knowledge-based organizations, especially in terms of strategy execution and the involvement of people throughout the organization?
Part B: Getting Everyone to Participate in Strategic Thinking and Execution
Then, based both on the Mozilla case study and your general thoughts from this course, everyone must respond to this question:
Explain how the knowledge and effective practice of cross-functional strategic thinking can help individual stakeholders (people at all levels of the organization and others outside the organization) participate more fully in organizational efforts to improve long-term performance and overall stakeholder engagement.
General Guidance: Your original discussion post for Part B should be ½ single-spaced page