leadership

I’ll bet you know a natural leader. Maybe you are one. Maybe you’re a mom who started a support group for the parents of children with special needs. Maybe you’re a concerned citizen who mobilized a group of preservation-minded neighbors to halt the destruction of a venerable old building. Maybe... Read more
2 comments Posted 15 Jul 2011 by Gary Hamel Feed
When you ask children what they want to be when they are older, how many of them say they want to be a manager? I've certainly never met one who had such aspirations. In part this is because management is a pretty amorphous concept to a ten-year-old. But it's also because we adults aren't... Read more
4 comments Posted 20 May 2011 by Julian Birkinshaw Feed
Every time there's an Open Your World Forum webcast, I mark my calendar. And every time, something comes up, and I miss the webcast. Fortunately for the absent-minded among us, you can get the webcasts on demand. (Here's where I should also admit to having a short attention span--and loving the... Read more
0 comments Posted 18 May 2011 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
“The knowledge and information that my children are getting through the formal education system--is it good enough for them to face the rapid advancements in science and technology?” “Are my kids getting ready to face the rapid changes in social structure?” “Are my children developing a solid... Read more
5 comments Posted 27 Apr 2011 by sachindabir 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
Listen to our discussion with Charlene Li, author of New York Times best seller Open Leadership, for the latest in our Open Your World webcast series.
0 comments Posted 17 Mar 2011 by ChrisMorse (Red Hat) Feed
Two years ago I posted a short post that picked up from an HBR article on leadership flaws. I posed the question if Enterprise 2.0 initiatives can thrive in environments where toxic leadership reigns. My first reaction was no, and then I thought about ways to get to yes. One of the flaws of flawed... Read more
0 comments Posted 16 Mar 2011 by Gil Yehuda Feed
Leadership in most organizations is top-down. The CEO tells the VP, who tells the director, who tells the manager, who instructs his employee to do work. Culturally most people are conditioned to think that's expected. But open source communities rarely work that way, and that's one of the oddities... Read more
1 comment Posted 8 Feb 2011 by David Nalley Feed
When I hear people in the technology industry talk about the benefits of open source software, one of things they mention often is their belief that open source software “gets better faster” than traditional software (David Wheeler has done a nice job collecting many of the proof points around the... Read more
3 comments Posted 7 Feb 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
Trust is an essential human attribute and virtue. When we are born, we are completely helpless and at the mercy of others. We instinctively trust that someone will look after us, nurture us, protect us. Being trusting and being trustworthy are central tenets of what it means to be a human... Read more
3 comments Posted 21 Jan 2011 by Raj Sisodia (Red Hat) Feed

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