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Organize for Innovation

This respository contains files related to Organize for Innovation, a companion to Jim Whitehurst's 2015 book, The Open Organization (Harvard Business Review Press) and part of the Open Organization book series from Opensource.com.

About the book

What principles ground your organization's culture and drive its operations? And are those principles the ones best suited to solving the problems you're facing?

In Organize for Innovation, Red Hat President and CEO Jim Whitehurst poses these questions as he reflects on the technological, social, and economic forces impacting the ways we work. Arguing that solving contemporary business problems requires new organizational principles, models, and dynamics, Whitehurst explains how leaders everywhere can begin rethinking how they utilize data, approach failure, structure teams, and set goals—in short, how they can become more innovative.

Compiled three years after the publication of his widely read management book, The Open Organization (Harvard Business Review Press), Organize for Innovation collects Whitehurst's writing on organizational culture, organizational design, and organizational leadership today—all part of an ongoing conversation about the challenges we face in transformative, fast-moving, and uncertain times.

Repository contents

In this repository, please find:

  • Images of the book's cover (in .png and .pdf formats)
  • "Binary" versions of the book (in .pdf and .epub formats)
  • "Source code" for the book (in .odt format)
  • An e-book copy of the book (in .epub format) for reading on an e-reader, tablet, or other compatible device.
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