From Silicon Valley to Capitol Hill, experts warn that without continuous innovation, companies and even entire economies will fail. And in leadership circles, you're still thinking inside the box if you don't drop the word "innovation" at least once at a meeting.
The commitments we make to ourselves and our students say a lot about the type of educator we hope to be. Here is an inside look into three of the (many) commitments that our innovative educators will be making for the upcoming year.
The real issue is not about the number of deaths robots have caused; rather, it's about helping the general population have a better understanding of robots.
I don't really get a summer vacation. A small portfolio of businesses, multiple responsibilities to cherished long-term clients, and a fixer upper farmhouse dating from 1884 tend to put a crimp in the normal summer vacation model.
Recently, I've been in several conversations with business leaders regarding employee engagement vs. employee satisfaction: Why does it matter?
While colleges have the responsibility to connect students to mentors, offer real-world experiences, and send employable graduates into the workforce, students also have a responsibility to make sure they get the most out of their college investment.
Testing a truly new rocket has always involved failure. In fact, the development of any complex and innovative product should feature an iterative development process. By definition such a process is "failure driven."
While it's easy to disagree with some of the premises and conclusions of Professor Piketty, he has started a much needed dynamic conversation about the function and future of our economic system.
In our data-driven culture, organizations run the risk of collecting data for data's sake. Ganesh Bell, Chief Digital Officer and GM of Commercial Sof...
It's a sitting crisis. The offices we've imprisoned ourselves in are increasing our health care costs and taking a toll on our productivity and mental health.