If you’ve been following our interview series with Wikipedia’s founder Jimmy Wales, you know that Wikipedia is the fifth biggest website, it is a non-profit organisation, and its product is developed by millions of volunteers.
But what does Wikipedia’s paid staff of 35 people do? How can such a small team manage the ever-expanding content of the site?
Watch Jimmy reveal the mystery of the Wikipedia staff.
This interview is part of our Leadership series, presented with limited commercial interruption.
Production by Bright Red Pixels.
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