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Innovation Isn't About New Products, It's About Changing Behavior
To paraphrase James Carville's now-popular political pun, "It's not the technology, it's the behavior, stupid.
Arrowhead General Insurance Agency, Inc. Appoints New Chief Information ...
San Diego, CA, 07/11/2012 - Arrowhead General Insurance Agency, Inc., one of the country's largest property and casualty insurance program managers, announced the appointments of Joseph Shomphe to the new chief technology officer position and ...
Slow Down! How “Slow Work” Makes Us More Productive
More broadly, the philosophy of “slow work” challenges the unsustainable practice of doing everything as fast as possible and offers an alternative workplace framework for energizing people and helping people better align their personal and ...
FBI Files Go Digital, After Years of Delays
The technology overhaul has been a priority for FBI Director Robert Mueller since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks exposed the bureau's troubles with information sharing.
College And Career Prep To Start In The Third Grade
Education from the third grade on could change dramatically when ACT, Inc., launches its newest project. Informally dubbed a “next generation assessment system,” ACT's new program will use standardized testing and other tools to align skills students ...
Citi's Hands-On Chairman
"How important is technology to what you do?" he asked ... The 65-year-old Mr. O'Neill, who a decade ago turned around Bank of Hawaii Corp.
A Far-Out Solar System That Looks Like Ours
The second transit all but affirms that the three planets didn't just align by chance during their dissimilar orbits, he says—they must be on the same plane.
Why the Online-Education Craze Will Leave Many Students Behind
Two weeks after Coursera announced its initial round of partnerships, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced a plan to invest $60 million in a similar course platform called edX, and then a third company, Udacity, ...
U-Va. deans hatched online plan on the day Teresa Sullivan was asked to resign
The models also position them to keep up with the technology as it develops; the schools are driven partly by the danger that in 10 or 20 years, low-cost online coursework will pose a real threat to classroom learning, at least for large, entry-level ...
Clifford Winston: Paving the Way for Driverless Cars
California's proposed bullet train between Los Angeles and San Francisco—which Gov. Jerry Brown is likely to sign off on soon—has been characterized by the Obama administration and its other supporters as an effective way to reduce highway congestion.
Opinion: Paving The Way for Driverless Cars  Wall Street Journal (blog)