Why Adaptability is More Important Than IQ and EQ
“In my whole life, I have known no wise people (over a broad subject matter area) who didn’t read all the time — none. Zero.” — Charlie Munger, Self-made billionaire & Warren Buffett’s longtime…
It’s 2018, so where are the self-driving cars?
Data about exercise routes shared online by soldiers can be used to pinpoint overseas facilities
To improve engagement and promote innovation, companies must take a hard look at how employees interact with technology.
Globally, less than one in five startups have a female founder. And progress is slow: the percentage of women-founded venture-backed companies has stood still at around 17% since 2012. Some of the problems stem from the gender issues that hold women back in every sector, from challenges of work-family balance, to unequal access to information, training,
After graduating from college in June, I had the chance to spend three months at Union Square Ventures, helping with a project that created anonymous aggregate insights for USV portfolio companies by analyzing data across stages, customers, and industries. In order to not put a lot of extra reporting effort on our companies, we approached
While engineers figure out how to make flying cars a reality, Bell Helicopter is pushing ahead with the design for the interior of an urban air-taxi service. We try out the concept at CES 2018.
It’s been an exciting and at times challenging few years for the healthcare industry. That’s especially true with regard to cutting-edge treatments that harness the body, and with the way these one-time-only therapies challenge the standard way we pay for medication. As companies and patients face higher price tags, it will take some new ways
A flat management structure can reduce costs and boost efficiency but may be hard for larger firms to implement.