As the name suggests, it initially involves Working Out Loud. But that doesn’t mean everyone should sit at their desks singing loudly. The point is to speak openly about your work, make your work visible and reveal something about yourself. And it also involves a new kind of networking. The traditional form of networking, which has been practiced in many companies for years, is based on a quid pro quo. That means I help someone and share knowledge so other people will help me in the future. Working Out Loud has a different approach. This method is about giving something – namely knowledge, advice or assistance – without expecting anything in return.