innovation

Management innovation according to nature's genius
The current industry model is broken. Our economy is built on a "take make waste" model that negatively impacts environmental and human systems and is not tenable in the long term. It is time to reinvent. We are gifted with an array of genius examples in nature–mechanisms and ecosystems that... Read more
0 comments Posted 11 Jul 2012 by Chris Allen Feed
Why is innovation difficult?
The merits of failing faster are integrated with taking risks. Successful innovations only come after many failed attempts. Marten Mickos, CEO of Eucalyptus Systems, explores the intersection of open source and innovation in a Technology Academy Finland (TAF) post "What is Innovation?" Mickos says... Read more
2 comments Posted 29 Jun 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Panera's experiment in human nature: Let customers decide what to pay
Panera Bread launched a new breed of business to attack the growing epidemic of food insecurity in America. The result is Panera Cares—cafes where people eat tasty, nutritious food in an uplifting environment and pay whatever they can afford. There's a full Panera menu, but no prices. The guest,... Read more
2 comments Posted 28 Jun 2012 by Ron Shaich Feed
Advanced manufacturing re-tools with open source
Open source software and open source best-practices have become truly ubiquitous in the business world. Software used to be the new frontier, but open source software can be found leading up to the frontier, at the frontier, and beyond. My experience at CGI America 2012 (a US-focused subgroup of... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Jun 2012 by Michael Tiemann (Red Hat) Feed
Sharing the path to success with your employees
I believe that the future success for businesses to attract and retain top talent relies on a more open management and leadership approach. The workforce is evolving and the new employee is part of a major change affecting not only how we hire and who we hire, but how our companies operate on a... Read more
1 comment Posted 7 Jun 2012 by DeLisa Alexander (Red Hat) Feed
Fail faster
Promoting a culture that supports failure is a foreign concept to most people, but not for the panelists speaking about open government and business at CityCamp Raleigh. According to the panelists, who range from vice presidents of corporations to chief information officers of Raleigh government,... Read more
8 comments Posted 5 Jun 2012 by Casey Brown Feed
GovHack, GovCamp, GovJam aim to advance Gov 2.0 in Australia
Not one, but three upcoming events will bring more open government to Australia over the course of a week. GovHack, GovCamp, and GovJam will collectively allow citizens to interact with the public sector to collaborate, innovate, and share--advancing Gov 2.0 by using government data in new ways.
0 comments Posted 31 May 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Does hosting an innovation summit mean you're innovative?
Last January, the City of Raleigh partnered with the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, North Carolina State University, and local businesses to host the inaugural Innovation Summit. The purpose of the summit was to bring business leaders, entrepreneurs, marketers, investors, city officials, and thought... Read more
0 comments Posted 21 May 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Does hosting an innovation summit mean you're innovative?
Last January, the City of Raleigh partnered with the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, North Carolina State University, and local businesses to host the inaugural Innovation Summit. The purpose of the summit was to bring business leaders, entrepreneurs, marketers, investors, city officials, and thought... Read more
0 comments Posted 21 May 2012 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Mainstreaming the Gov 2.0 message in the Canadian Public Service
A couple of years ago I wrote a Globe Op-Ed "A Click Heard Across the Public Service" that outlined the significance of the clerk using GCPEDIA to communicate with public servants. It was a message - or even more importantly - an action to affirm his commitment to change how government works.... Read more
0 comments Posted 17 May 2012 by David Eaves Feed

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