Open minded CEOs
This collection by OpenSource.com (also available in ePub format) features CEOs from some of today’s most intriguing companies. We call these leaders ’open-minded’ because of their intuitive sense that the open source way is the best way to do business. You’ll see what we mean. These authors are tireless champions of open source values in their organizations and their communities.
More than just luck: Innovation in humanitarian action
This ALNAP/ELRHA report tries to define and understand what successful innovation looks like in the humanitarian sector, through synthesised findings from 15 case studies. The central questions this report seeks to answer are: What does a successful humanitarian innovation process look like? What are the factors that enable success in innovation management in the humanitarian system?
This OXHIP report focuses on case studies of ‘bottom-up innovation’ among different refugee populations. Whether in the immediate aftermath of displacement or in long-term protracted situations, in both urban and rural areas, refugees frequently engage in innovation. Even where there are legal constraints on the right to work or freedom of movement, the capacity of refugee populations to engage in iterative problem-solving is nearly always evident.