culture

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

Can hierarchy and sharing co-exist?

I'm usually a fairly upbeat person, but there's something that never fails to depress me: the misappropriation of ideas. Don't misunderstand; I'm all...Read more

Want to reinvent management? Start with the managers.

Maybe some day we'll look back on the role of the manager in our organizations and laugh. Such a quaint trend. Kind of like having The Clapper in...Read more