In his new book, The Open Organization, Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst writes about the need for companies to embrace a culture of collaboration, creativity, and openness. Using Red Hat as an example, Jim writes: “It's perhaps no surprise that a company that has built a business running and operating open source systems – where openness, transparency, participation, and collaboration are the very basis for how the company makes money – espouses those same principles when managing it.”
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