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In his review of David Burkus' new book, Under New Management, Philip Foster discovers a way to "redesign the factory."
0 comments Posted 24 Mar 2016 by Philip A Foster Feed
Better to collabrate than compete
A strict market mentality can't completely explain what motivates people to make valuable contributions to collective projects.
0 comments Posted 15 Mar 2016 by Andrew Ludwar Feed
becoming indispensable
Educator Don Watkins explains how an industrial-era school system produces the wrong kind of employees today.
3 comments Posted 9 Feb 2016 by Don Watkins Feed
Don Watkins discovers a similar attitude toward innovation in Seth Godin's Poke the Box and Jim Whitehurst's The Open Organization.
0 comments Posted 10 Dec 2015 by Don Watkins Feed
Git for Teams by Emma Jane Hogbin Westby is a good technology book, but it's the non-technical parts that make it excellent.
0 comments Posted 18 Nov 2015 by Ben Cotton Feed
Steven Ovadia offers his thoughts on Jim Whitehurst's The Open Organization.
2 comments Posted 7 Oct 2015 by Steven Ovadia Feed
Red Hatter Allison Matlack isn't 'new to this whole "corporate book' thing," but she finds The Open Organization a breath of fresh air.
0 comments Posted 16 Sep 2015 by Allison Matlack (Red Hat) Feed
Community Moderator Don Watkins reviews Bryson Payne's "Teach Your Kids to Code," a book he says is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to learn to code.
0 comments Posted 7 Sep 2015 by Don Watkins Feed
Leaders in the new world of networks and virtual communities face a similar identity choice. With more leaders taking advantage of informally connected talent, the "wisdom of crowds," and open source innovation, how much should they try to "go native?" Should they operate as members of the networks... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 Jul 2015 by Brook Manville Feed
Building an open organization can we worth the effort and the pain. You'll have an organization that can quickly adapt, that has a better chance of retaining talented people, and which can engage those within the organization and without.
0 comments Posted 25 Jun 2015 by Scott Nesbitt Feed

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