innovation

A few folks from Red Hat's video team had the opportunity last summer to attend the first Open Video Conference in New York. We met some inspiring, open minded, and highly motived people and even got the chance to talk to a few of them on camera. (You know, just doing our job.) One person that we... Read more
2 comments Posted 3 Feb 2010 by Colby Hoke (Red Hat) Feed
By Roger Burkhardt, Ingres CEO. We have to speed up energy innovation to the pace demonstrated in the growth of the Internet if we are to prevent irreversible climate disruptions that will irreparably harm the planet for our children and all those that follow. The scale and speed of change... Read more
7 comments Posted 2 Feb 2010 by Roger Burkhardt Feed
What the heck is an innovation competition? Can we compete and collaborate at the same time? Could we solve world hunger through collaborative competition? I quizzed Anil Rathi, CEO of Idea Crossing, a company that hosts innovation competitions on behalf of companies and organizations, on these... Read more
0 comments Posted 21 Jan 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
open ants
I was watching some NFL on TV today when a commercial about open forums came on that caught my attention. The ad was for www.openforum.com, an online community designed to help business owners grow their business. It's sponsored by American Express.
2 comments Posted 20 Dec 2009 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
A few weeks ago I wrote a post called Tom Sawyer, whitewashing fences, and building communities online, where I outlined one of the biggest mistakes I see companies make when figuring out their community strategy-- they expect a mythical "community" will paint their fence for them. But not everyone... Read more
0 comments Posted 13 Oct 2009 by Chris Grams Feed
My colleague John Adams, reporting from the World Business Forum in New York, wrote on Twitter that during his speech, management guru Gary Hamel called open source one of the greatest management innovations of the 21st century (coverage of Gary's speech here and here).
5 comments Posted 8 Oct 2009 by Chris Grams Feed

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