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NOTE: OpenSpace Agility is based on the open-source Prime/OS™, and derives from it.

Prime/OS™ is culture technology whose primary purpose is to facilitate change in organizations. Prime/OS defines a minimal framework for initiating and encouraging culture change. Prime/OS™ is a composition of several essential elements. The Prime/OS timeline, events, rules, roles, meetings, consulting techniques and related documents are published under the “CC-BY-SA-40” open source license.

Under this license you are free to create derivative works and commercialize them to the fullest extent possible. In return for these rights you must provide the following link (and the following link text) with your derivative work, and make your derivative work available to others on the same terms:

This work is based on Prime/OS, published as an Open Source, Free Cultural Work via the CC-BY-SA license from Creative Commons.

If you create a derivative work based on Prime/OS,  you are required to refer back to Prime/OS and provide attribution.

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About Open Source licensing for Prime/OS™ & Culture Technology (link)

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