culture

Copyrights vs. human rights

I wrote last week about the "Typhoid Mary" of internet restriction laws, observing how Wikileaks has confirmed that a wing of the US Government - the...Read more

Taking Collaborative Risk at The State Department

Shifting from command-and-control to collaborative culture involves what might be termed collaborative risk , but some organizations are realizing...Read more

Open innovation and open source innovation: what do they share and where do they differ?

Recently, Stefan Lindegaard, open innovation expert and author of the new book The Open Innovation Revolution , joined opensource.com for a webcast...Read more

Poll: Giving credit where credit is due

» After you vote, discuss this topic in-depth on the article, Can hierarchy and sharing co-exist , or in the comments below.Read more

Have you ever taken credit for a coworker's idea or work?

» After you vote, discuss this topic in-depth on the article, Can hierarchy and sharing co-exist , or in the comments below.Read more

Feedback is a gift

This is the fourth in a series exploring the things I have learned from the open source way during my journey with Red Hat. Think about some of the...Read more

The open source organization: good in theory or good in reality?

On occasion I get the opportunity to speak publicly about some of the things I've learned over the years applying the open source way in...Read more

Inside the culture of Wikipedia: Q&A with the author of "Good Faith Collaboration"

Wikipedia is among the world's most widely recognized examples of mass collaboration. Most people also know Wikipedia is open for anyone to...Read more