business innovation

Daniel Pink, known for his insightful take on what truly inspires and encourages us all, joined opensource.com for a webcast June 22 on the subject of his latest book, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us.
6 comments Posted 22 Jun 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
We're thrilled to be hosting critically-acclaimed and inspiring author Daniel Pink as the next guest in our Open Your World webcast series this Wednesday, June 22 at 2 p.m. (EDT). Register now. Note: This event was originally scheduled for June 9 and has been moved.
0 comments Posted 6 Jun 2011 by ChrisMorse (Red Hat) Feed
Nicolas Pujol and Toni Schneider are experts on navigating free and open business models. Pujol, author of The Mindshare Market, helped MySQL grow from a $10m startup to a $1B acquisition, making it the second largest open source company at the time.
1 comment Posted 19 May 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
If you were compiling a list of the world's most innovative companies, which businesses would top your list? No one would be surprised if you picked Google, Apple, or Amazon, but what about Wal-Mart? (Huh?) Or PG&E (a utility, for crying out loud)? Surely there must be some mistake! Or... Read more
0 comments Posted 3 Mar 2011 by Gary Hamel Feed
David Upton believes in Radically Simple IT. The basic premise, which he's laid out in a number of Harvard Business Review cases, is that IT managers should strive to put systems in place that can be continuously improved over time. By implementing an IT architecture that's as simple and modular as... Read more
0 comments Posted 26 Oct 2010 by Jesse Paddock (Red Hat) Feed
Today the ribbon was cut on 2,000 square feet on NC State University's Centennial Campus where ten students have set up their projects in the new Garage, an incubator for student engineers. Spaces with names like Brainstorm Room, Idea Meeting Space, Hobby Shop, and Designer's Workshop are home to... Read more
0 comments Posted 13 Sep 2010 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
First, a confession. Despite the hip corporate persona of Red Hat, when I first joined the company everyone had typical cubicle farm workspaces. Sure, there were hints that the company aspired to Google-like coolness: a foosball table, a game room, lots of free junk food. But in our daily office-... Read more
12 comments Posted 20 May 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
I’ve had a number of career changes. I went from poetry to technology to metal sculpture to the Internet to biodiesel. And I must admit that although I have brushed against open source a number of times, I have had a hard time getting my head around it.
5 comments Posted 23 Mar 2010 by Lyle Estill Feed
In the discussions around some of my previous articles, I've noticed a trend: we seem to be focusing on cultural changes that need to be made for the open source way to be effective in contexts beyond technology.
8 comments Posted 17 Feb 2010 by Chris Grams Feed