innovation

Busting bureaucracy with radical management
To transform organizations so that they are fit for human beings--more inspiring and engaging and yet just as disciplined and even more productive--we need to understand why promising ideas for improving management developed in the 20th Century--such as teams, empowerment, delayering or... Read more
0 comments Posted 31 Jan 2012 by Steve Denning Feed
Crushed innovation: When patent lawyers switch to NPEs
When well-known, richly compensated patent lawyers switch from representing world-class tech companies to servicing "non-practicing entities," something's up. Could the sordidness of a business based on bringing patent lawsuits be outweighed by large amounts of cash? At least for some, apparently... Read more
3 comments Posted 25 Jan 2012 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Where are IT innovations coming from?
In his essay, In an Open-Source Society, Innovating by the Seat of Our Pants, Joichi Ito says,
0 comments Posted 13 Dec 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
Where are IT innovations coming from?
In his essay, In an Open-Source Society, Innovating by the Seat of Our Pants, Joichi Ito says,
0 comments Posted 13 Dec 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
Todd Park: New incentives + Information liberation = Rocket fuel for innovation
Every time I come to The Syracuse Tech Garden there is always something new and exciting. This time around Todd Park, chief technology officer (CTO) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services(HHS) spoke to the upstate New York community in a talk titled Unlocking the power of data, IT, and... Read more
0 comments Posted 15 Nov 2011 by Remy DeCausemaker (Red Hat) Feed
10 ways to craft a career that will stand the test of time
What does it take to craft a career that is likely to stand the test of time? In my new book The Shift: the future of work is already here, I talk a great deal about the five forces that will shape work and careers:
0 comments Posted 28 Oct 2011 by Lynda Gratton 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
The importance of Google Dart
Google is making its Dart system open source. This is very important, not just for open source. Dart is a structured language for web programming. That means you can actually build a website as you would write a little Javascript. In fact, Dart can be run on a Java Virtual Machine, or compiled... Read more
7 comments Posted 17 Oct 2011 by Dana Blankenhorn Feed
If we must have software patents, at least use the same rules
Last week, I participated in a panel discussion at the Eastern District of Texas/Federal Circuit Joint Bench-Bar Conference in Dallas.  The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit is the specialized appellate court for patent cases.  My panel was on corporate counsel opinions of patent litigation... Read more
10 comments Posted 11 Oct 2011 by Erick Robinson Feed

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