How can open communities compensate contributors monetarily without crowding out intrinsic motivation? Let them take what they want, says Chad Whitacre of Gratipay.
2 comments Posted 19 Jul 2016 by Chad Whitacre Feed
Hiring and compensation are two organizational practices ripe for transformation. In his two-part series, Chad Whitacre explains how Gratipay has already done it.
4 comments Posted 10 May 2016 by Chad Whitacre Feed
For more than thirty years, Ron McFarland has watched firms negotiate relationships to new communication technologies. Here's what he's learned about leveraging them on the path to openness.
0 comments Posted 28 Apr 2016 by Ron McFarland Feed
Our cloud-based future demands organizational change
Philip Foster offers a compelling description of tomorrow's workforce. It's distributed, cloud-based, asynchronous—and ready to be engaged, he writes.
6 comments Posted 14 Apr 2016 by Philip A Foster Feed
Are you using this highly effective interview technique?
Asking behavior-focused questions can help interviewers get a better feel for job candidates' skills and personalities.
4 comments Posted 4 Mar 2016 by Dave Neary (Red Hat) Feed
Core purpose
In open organizations, "culture fit" can determine whether an employee stays or goes. But how can you hire for it? Sam Knuth explains.
12 comments Posted 23 Feb 2016 by Sam Knuth (Red Hat) Feed
How to measure the performance of individual members in an open organization.
1 comment Posted 8 Sep 2015 by Jim Whitehurst (Red Hat) Feed
Throughtout the book, The Open Organization, author and Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst focuses on changing our thinking about executives and top-down management, asking us to consider how associates of all levels can participate bottom-up decision making instead. In the book's first five chapters, he... Read more
0 comments Posted 16 Jun 2015 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
Despite well documented and proven formulas for their success, more than 70 percent of change initiatives fail. Sam Knuth takes a look at why and offers tips for making them more successful.
0 comments Posted 11 Jun 2015 by Sam Knuth (Red Hat) Feed
Cat on keyboard
It takes developers, sales, marketing, and product people to take this open source thing and turn it in to something that's useful and used by people. All of these people are crucial to the success of Swift, no matter where they are.
0 comments Posted 13 May 2015 by Rikki Endsley (Red Hat) Feed