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"Release early, release often. And listen to your customers." Eric S. Raymond (esr) wrote those words in his 1997 essay "The Cathedral and the Bazaar," and, for a lot of people, they have become the mantra of the open source software movement. While this advice might seem obvious to many, that... Read more
0 comments Posted 18 Aug 2011 by Tarus Balog Feed
open source work experience
Does this describe you? You've been using open source software or contributing to open source projects for a long time. Perhaps you are in a job where you utilize open source tools regularly, or maybe you are just fooling around with them for fun or to learn new skills. You've been known to tell (... Read more
0 comments Posted 16 Aug 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
Reading some stories recently, it would be easy to conclude that there was some sort of a decline in open source. I'll not pretend to have new and objective data on the subject, but having just returned from OSCON in the USA I have to say rumours of the death of open source are premature.
1 comment Posted 15 Aug 2011 by Simon Phipps Feed
If you are a regular reader of the MIX, you probably already have a point of view on the future of management. Indeed, the MIX was created to help accelerate the evolution of management, so chances are you have already bought into the argument that we are going through a period of upheaval that... Read more
1 comment Posted 12 Aug 2011 by Julian Birkinshaw Feed
Software tools for collaboration and project management are the best solutions when you aim to unite the team, tune up the work flow, exchange experiences, etc. With all the available collaboration software, either desktop- or web-based, proprietary or open source, one might consider that such... Read more
2 comments Posted 8 Aug 2011 by TatyanaD Feed
We’ve long followed a design thinking methodology for collaborating and solving business problems here at Red Hat. This process facilitates cross-functional collaboration and a meritocratic method of pursuing the best ideas, which has proven, over and over again, to be the best path to success. In... Read more
1 comment Posted 2 Aug 2011 by John Adams (Red Hat) Feed
In part 1 of this post, Bob Young talked about his history as a typewriter salesman, Red Hat's beginnings, and how we are all collaborative by nature. In the second part, below, he talks about his current company, Lulu, publishing, and more about collaborative innovation.
1 comment Posted 1 Aug 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
So much of the leadership conversation centers around the question “how do I get more out of my people?”  I don’t think I’ve been at a conference or sat in on a conversation with business leaders where the subject—and that exact phrase—hasn’t come up. Now, without a doubt, bringing forth the full... Read more
3 comments Posted 29 Jul 2011 by Polly LaBarre Feed
When I sat down to write this blog, it was the most important thing on my agenda. Even so, I did just about everything I could think of to avoid the task. Facing a blank page, I figured I would just check my email first, or update my Facebook or Twitter, or check the morning headlines in The... Read more
2 comments Posted 28 Jul 2011 by Tony Schwartz Feed
Bob Young knows about open source and innovation. He's co-founder and former CEO of Red Hat. Founder and CEO of Lulu. Co-founder of the Center for the Public Domain. Much of his life's endeavors have been built on innovation through collaboration. Earlier this year I saw that he was giving a talk... Read more
0 comments Posted 27 Jul 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed

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