business

intelligent swarming
The path to collaboration is usually paved with the best intentions. We all know too well that this can happen when a meeting is called. A bad one can completely derail needed work, but a good one can leave a team feeling energized, even excited.  You can't control every meeting you're in, but you... Read more
0 comments Posted 16 Oct 2012 by bascha (Red Hat) Feed
open books
Here is an overview of valuable, free books and reports related to open innovation, co-creation and crowdsourcing. Drop a comment if you know of other books, reports, or longer articles that are available for free and worth sharing.
0 comments Posted 21 Sep 2012 by Stefan Lindegaard Feed
love work
The World of Work is changing, but who is driving the change? Leadership in the the 'New World of Work' should focus your transition efforts on work. Not work/life balance. Not better pay and benefits. Not flextime or telecommuting. Not sabbaticals or volunteering. Not toxic bosses or bureaucracy.... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Sep 2012 by Bruce Morton Feed
if the shoe fits
Winston Churchill and the open source way Winston Churchill was known as a charismatic leader and statesman, able to rally his country to great things when they needed it most. He was also fond of the occasional salty outburst when needed—I won't repeat one of his more famous ones here, except to... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 Sep 2012 by Guy Martin Feed
Kings of business
Up until about ten years ago, it was extremely unfashionable to be a geek. Geeks were considered the black swans of the social world: they were perceived as having limited social skills, little interest in non-programming activities, and few friends. Fast forward to today, and things have changed... Read more
2 comments Posted 5 Sep 2012 by Sandro Groganz Feed
Scary to join
The sole purpose of a business is to grow. This can take on many dimensions – profits, revenues, market share, brand or community influence just to name a few. The road to growth is very simple. Innovation is required to drive growth. You make something better or new (products, services, solutions... Read more
4 comments Posted 8 Aug 2012 by Jeff DeGraff Feed
This month, stories about people doing business the open source way have popped up in some surprising places. From an Israeli food manufacturer to the Wall St. Journal, here are some interesting news articles and blog posts on sharing, collaboration, hacking, and transparency I've read this month.
0 comments Posted 17 Nov 2011 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
A draft executive order from the Obama administration recently surfaced titled “Disclosure of Political Spending by Government Contractors.” If signed and implemented, potential contractors bidding on federal work would be required to disclose contributions and spending two years back.
1 comment Posted 17 May 2011 by Art Seavey 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
I’m a big fan of New Yorker cartoons. There’s usually at least one in every issue that provokes a wry smile or a wince of self-recognition. While I’ve never actually participated in the magazine’s weekly caption competition, I occasionally gin up a prospective entry. Last week, the contest... Read more
2 comments Posted 21 Mar 2011 by Gary Hamel Feed

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