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With an Open mindset, teams can achieve great things. They can truly unleash their potential. But what does Open really mean? It’s not about the type of office or the perks of the job. It's not even about the tools you use - although they help. Truly Open work is a frame of mind. It is the willingness to share your point of view, and listen to the point of view of others.