collaboration

left and right brain
Most businesses today know that utilizing collaboration tools increases the liklihood success for a project, and for the organization as a whole. When people work together, brain power is multiplied; not only does more work tend to get done, but better work. The loner mentality—whether it's applied... Read more
0 comments Posted 25 Oct 2012 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
robobee
A provocative research finding is that 75-90% of all large organizational projects fail to meet their original objectives, (Patterson et al. (2006)). The same research suggests human practices and behaviors—more than technical or financial matters—are at the root of the breakdowns.
0 comments Posted 23 Oct 2012 by Michael Lennon Feed
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
desire path
I had the privilege of working with David Tilbrook almost 25 years ago. He was the first person with whom I ever worked that clearly articulated proper software construction discipline for collaborative endeavours and captured a summary of it under the title, Washing Behind Your Ears: Principles of... Read more
4 comments Posted 27 Sep 2012 by Stephen R. Walli Feed
A new dawn
I recently watched a new TED Talk by the first and former White House Deputy CTO Beth Noveck, delivered in Edinburgh, Scotland. She is really the initial instigator of the modern open government movement in the United States and is now working to make it a reality worldwide. What I like best about... Read more
0 comments Posted 27 Sep 2012 by Andrew Krzmarzick Feed
two-way street sign
In recent weeks we've seen a number of projects in the area of collaborative legislation that operate similarly to open source software. Today, you can find French, German, and Swiss proposals in git repositories. If you're a developer familiar with these tools, it's easy for you to review the... Read more
5 comments Posted 4 Sep 2012 by Marek Mahut (Red Hat) Feed
computer software on old hardware
I am a technology practitioner and promoter of open source software (OSS). It ismy job to speak about the open source model in order to facilitate its adoption, to discuss its relevance and viability with regards to the strategic and economic needs of our time.
4 comments Posted 27 Aug 2012 by Ravindra Maurya (Red Hat) Feed
connecting people
Do we really need yet another collaboration tool? Miles Fidelman, a networking expert whose experience seems to span time, thinks so. He's worked with Bolt, Beranek, and Newman on military command and control systems, built a small hosting company, and started a community networking non-profit... Read more
8 comments Posted 20 Aug 2012 by Phil Shapiro Feed
Core purpose
Mailing lists seem to be the life blood of many open source projects. Here at Red Hat, there seems to be a mailing list for everything. There’s a company-wide memo-list to foster collaboration and connect with colleagues around the world and many special interest mailing lists like our home beer... Read more
6 comments Posted 14 Aug 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Core purpose
Mailing lists seem to be the life blood of many open source projects. Here at Red Hat, there seems to be a mailing list for everything. There’s a company-wide memo-list to foster collaboration and connect with colleagues around the world and many special interest mailing lists like our home beer... Read more
6 comments Posted 14 Aug 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed

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