the open source way

Open Biodiesel

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...Read more

Is Jaron Lanier just a hater, or should we be paying attention?

Last week, my friend Greg DeKoenigsberg posted an article about Jaron Lanier's negative comments regarding open textbooks. At almost very same time,...Read more

What's after Web 2.0? You. In 3D.

We recently sat down with Dr. Tony O'Driscoll, co-author of the book Learning in 3D: Adding a New Dimension to Enterprise Learning and Collaboration...Read more

What if politicians innovated the open source way?

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...Read more

Is the traditional business world at war with creativity?

Earlier this week some colleagues and I attended a fantastic gathering of business and political leaders called the Emerging Issues Forum . The theme...Read more

Three signs your corporate culture isn't ready for the open source way

It's a good bet that the next generation of defining companies will have corporate cultures built the open source way-- around openness and...Read more

An interview with Dr. Tony O'Driscoll of Duke University's Fuqua School of Business (part II)

Prior to your academic career, you worked for 18 years within companies like IBM and Nortel, so you've had ample opportunity to observe from...Read more

An interview with Dr. Tony O'Driscoll of Duke University's Fuqua School of Business (part I)

In the last few years, we've seen a proliferation of “open” business books like Wikinomics and The Starfish and the Spider. When every management...Read more