culture

If you want a culture of collaboration, you need to accept the LOLCats too
"Even with the sacred printing press, we got erotic novels 150 years before we got scientific journals." - Clay Shirky at TED Cannes in June 2010 This is one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite people in the business, Clay Shirky. I particularly like it because it illustrates the period... Read more
1 comment Posted 11 Jan 2012 by sradick Feed
Changing government culture the open source way
Can an entrenched bureaucracy, encumbered by a rigid culture and public records compliance adapt open source ways to collaborate more effectively? Is it like pulling teeth just to get people to share ideas? Is that devil's advocate bringing your team down? If you want results, try something... Read more
0 comments Posted 20 Oct 2011 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Want to change your company? Go viral
Scott Keller contributed to this article. You've begun to make major changes at your company. Maybe you've decided to restructure your business to reach new markets or perhaps you're cutting costs in response to a crisis.
0 comments Posted 19 Oct 2011 by Colin Price Feed
What makes a new medium successful?
If you missed Clay Shirky's Open Your World Forum Webcast last week, you may have missed his observation about how new forms of communication succeed or fail. The initial uses of a new medium do not always fortell their ultimate importance.
4 comments Posted 18 Oct 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
What makes a new medium successful?
If you missed Clay Shirky's Open Your World Forum Webcast last week, you may have missed his observation about how new forms of communication succeed or fail. The initial uses of a new medium do not always fortell their ultimate importance.
4 comments Posted 18 Oct 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
How do you collaborate with today's marketing teams?
In our experience, every marketing team is different--but increasingly they have a few things in common. For a start, it's rare to find the whole team in any single place on any given day. More often, we find teams distributed across cities, countries, and fairly frequently, continents. The members... Read more
4 comments Posted 12 Oct 2011 by Todd Barr Feed
How is your organization faring in the war of control vs. freedom?
In October 1969, when experts at the US Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) connected the first two nodes of what has now become the Internet, they probably weren’t considering the ramifications of their actions on future organizational cultures. But while these DARPA... Read more
6 comments Posted 26 Sep 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
Employee engagement is, as they say, a no-brainer. There are stacks of literature showing that companies with committed employees who feel strongly about their organization do better financially than those with indifferent employees. In many cases, too, improvement is actually quite easy to... Read more
0 comments Posted 22 Sep 2011 by Julian Birkinshaw Feed
The other day I noticed that the application deadline to be considered for the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list is this week. My company is too small to be considered for this honor (you must have at least 1000 employees), but I always pay close attention when the rankings come out, and... Read more
22 comments Posted 15 Jun 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
Red Hat's Global Support Services (GSS) organization is accountable for customer loyalty. In that capacity, we're in the business of solving complex technical problems experienced by our customers. In February of 2009, the GSS management team began a journey to determine if we could serve our... Read more
10 comments Posted 9 May 2011 by Sam Knuth (Red Hat) Feed

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