In every large democracy of our time, little seems to be left to chance, with both national and trans-national laws and policies relating to every aspect of our life. The Internet however, is still much debated and a sort of grey area.
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Companies must realize that the most important asset they have are the employees. If that is not realized, there is a problem.
Women excel at negotiation, diplomacy and collaboration. In today's volatile, interconnected world, what is needed is more nurturing and collaboration.
Does social media now rule politics? When Valerie Trierweile composed a two-word, carefully timed message and released it on Twitter, who could have predicted its impact on recent French elections?
I woke up this morning thinking about WINGStand. Could a single $20 thumb-sized product forever change the way we use computers?
Fifty years ago, IB...
If students and communities can easily share what they are passionate about in their lives, will they share stories about school?
Well known philanthropy blogger Lucy Bernholz has proclaimed the third philanthropy buzz word of year: networked. Change is all about the technological network -- how you connect electronically.
Social media experiments are fast, cheap, and scalable. The learning that results is what brings your more success. Simply put: Failure is not a F-word.
A quick digest of the week's social media news with a side of fun? You're welcome.
Introducing CRUSH, the weekly web-show that takes the news on the...
So congratulations to Facebook. Peace on Facebook is a great start. But world peace it ain't (yet). Let's think ambitiously for a minute -- how could Facebook do more to promote world peace?
BookCamp London started with a blank grid: 6 time slots and 5 spaces (or 5 spaces, 6 time slots?), with participants asked to fill in the grid, adding sessions they'd like to discuss.
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