Business

Last week, Google Senior Vice President of Product Management Jonathan Rosenberg resigned after almost 10 years at the firm. While the comings and goings of tech industry executives aren’t typically that interesting to me, I found this news fascinating for a couple of reasons.
10 comments Posted 12 Apr 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
We are barely into the beginning of cloud computing, so any prediction of what its future will be prone to error. Massive shifts in IT, such as the shift away from client/server into cloud architectures, are a function not only of winning technologies but also of users' behavioral patterns and... Read more
0 comments Posted 11 Apr 2011 by Marten Mickos Feed
I’m passionate about helping organizations develop more authentic, meaningful, and productive relationships with the communities around them. Last week, I suggested a few ideas for how to begin thinking about a less self-centered approach to community strategy that might help.
0 comments Posted 5 Apr 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
Just last week, I realized I still hadn’t made time to listen to the webcast some fellow opensource.com contributors hosted with Bob Sutton last October. I’ve been an avid reader of Bob’s blog, Work Matters, and it’s hard not to like a guy who writes a book called “The No-Asshole Rule.” Missing the... Read more
3 comments Posted 4 Apr 2011 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
The Open Your World webcast series highlights leaders and thinkers in the open source space—in business, in technology, and in life.  Our most recent guest was Charlene Li, whose latest book, Open Leadership, is a New York Times bestseller. She also co-authored the popular new-media tome,... Read more
0 comments Posted 1 Apr 2011 by bascha (Red Hat) Feed
Often, when I'm invited to speak to boardrooms, I start by gently saying: "Listen up folks. Business is brain-dead. Right now, even as we speak, your business is probably undergoing a slow, barely perceptible, but wholly pernicious brain death." I might take a custom-made, baby-soft $2000... Read more
0 comments Posted 29 Mar 2011 by Umair Haque Feed
I have been asked to turn "Open for Business" into a monthly column, focusing on applying the open source way to business. Let the reader beware that I am not a millionaire. I don’t own multiple houses or drive a new car, but for the past eight years I have made a living running a business focused... Read more
1 comment Posted 29 Mar 2011 by Tarus Balog Feed
Who is in your community? It seems like such a simple question. In reality, your organization probably doesn’t just interact with one community, but a whole host of very different communities and sub-communities. The only thing these communities may share is that they are made up of individual... Read more
3 comments Posted 28 Mar 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
Whether you're a newly appointed manager or a weathered veteran, one thing's for certain: when it comes to leading the workforce of the future, the times they are a-changin'. The ability (and willingness) to understand and adapt to the new paradigms of working will separate the good managers from... Read more
1 comment Posted 24 Mar 2011 by John Adams (Red Hat) Feed
While the home of most corporate parents (America) worries that IT may not be helping the business enough, the home of many subsidiaries (Ireland) worries that IT is a tool that will force the closure of corporate outposts.
1 comment Posted 22 Mar 2011 by John P. Muldoon Feed

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