Last year was a big year for open source. As Wired put it, 2015 was the year open source software "went nuclear". More people than ever seem to realize the power of open—not just as a programming methodology, but as a better way to accomplish just about anything.
Jim Whitehurst takes a cue from jujutsu and describes ways to use a hierarchy's strengths against itself.
Jim Whitehurst responds to the community-produced companion to his book, The Open Organization.
Jim Whitehurst keynotes at All Things Open 2015; Nicole Engard recaps.
Steven Ovadia offers his thoughts on Jim Whitehurst's The Open Organization.
Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO of Red Hat, shares his Linux story.
In a post adapted from his new book, Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst explains how to earn respect as leader of an open organization
Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst explains how honesty is the best route to credibility in open organizations.
In the Open Organization book club this week, writer Scott Nesbitt examines "Chapter 3: Building Engagement."
How to measure the performance of individual members in an open organization.