Red Hat intern and MBA student Nate Woodward traces a history of organizational forms and argues that open organizations might finally help us shed our Fordist habits.
If you’re neither a scientist, nor active in the open source community, it can be difficult to properly understand why people write open source software. Why would people just give away the products of so much hard work?
Next month, business schools around the world will graduate another crop of freshly minted MBAs, ready and eager to enter the business world and shape the future of management. In this rapidly changing business world, one has to wonder... has traditional business education been able to keep up? And... Read more