For years, colleges and universities have been imagining what the classroom of the future would look like. Many have tried to create it, with video screens and cameras, even teaching robots. But after three full years of planning and building a unique virtual space, Harvard Business School has truly invented the future classroom and announced the official launch today (Aug. 25) of what it is calling HBX Live!
Most people wouldn’t feel comfortable slipping money to a maître d’ at a restaurant to jump the queue, but a new app is testing whether patrons would be willing to donate the same amount of money to charity in order to be seated faster.
As a captain for American Airlines, former USAF pilot, and veteran, my entire career focus has been on perfecting the skills and knowledge that would make me the best pilot I could be. After upgrading to captain, I decided to assess how I could contribute to other areas of the company.
On Monday, Google announced the formation of a new parent company, Alphabet, which will serve as the umbrella for all of its business units. Google has clearly recognized that several of its business units are fundamentally different in nature, with each requiring a different management of its resources, processes, and profit formulas (“RPP”).