The COVID-19 crisis is one event that has intensified the need for urgent action by developing countries to utilize technologies like AI to drive economic growth.
Owen P. Hall, Jr., PE, PhD
Although attendance and revenues continue to decline, the challenges associated with player injuries continue unabated.
Many B-schools have responded to COVID-19 by increasing their online presence as a stopgap measure in the short term and potentially a long-term solution to ongoing economic challenges. These actions may not be a complete solution to the problem.
In today’s economy, employee retention is the number-one issue on many HR managers’ plate. Employee turnover is costing organizations billions of dollars each year in direct replacement costs. These staggering sums represent only some 30 percent of the total costs associated with turnover.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can enhance student learning outcomes for the 21st century.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has defined five distinct levels for self-driving AVs, which range from controlling specific tasks such as parking and braking (level 1) to where the vehicle is fully autonomous with no steering wheel or other human controls (level 5).
Many working managers are interested in a flexible curriculum that focuses on results and are turning to web-based learning systems like knowledgesourcing.
The IBM Watson team identified the healthcare industry, which represents approximately 1/7th of the U.S. economy, as a market opportunity with tremendous potential.
Imagine a management education learning environment where the student is fully engaged and where the instructor serves as a Play-by-Play-Man!
Analytics can, through the use of various Big Data-driven computer models, significantly enhance the decision-making process and, thus, hopefully performance.
Crowdsourcing is one approach for meeting the challenges of the changing needs of the business community and the programs offered by the business management community.
Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) in management education are growing rapidly in response to exorbitant tuitions, tightening budgets, limited class availability, and globalization.
The growing use of social media in higher education, in general, and management education, in particular, will forever change the traditional learning landscape.
Today business schools are under growing pressure to engage in significant reforms due to globalization, rising tuitions, and unprecedented economic uncertainty.
Globalization is bringing about a radical rethink regarding the content and delivery of graduate management education.
An exploration of the potential of robotics for both increased productivity and ethical concerns, drawing on the history and looking toward the future of the industry.
An editorial on how universities can contribute to developing long-term, balanced solutions to globalization by incorporating e-learning.
This editorial encourages California to utilize the talents of management retirees to help alleviate our ongoing financial woes.
This article discusses the current Supply chain management directions, strategies, and tactics, and how organizations can improve their processes.
California businesses are scrambling to prepare for new regulatory requirements and increased consumer interest in “going green.”
It is our duty to provide the next generation with the tools to be successful in this increasingly digital-based global economy.
Training in general and e-learning in particular offer the opportunity to enhance both employee and customer satisfaction throughout the government workforce. Furthermore, an e-learning environment offers a vehicle to provide training consistency across the myriad of government agencies, which is especially important in the arena of emergency management. Somewhat surprisingly, in light of the “training … Continued
User-friendly business intelligence systems help increase organizational participation as well as improve bottom line performance.
Emerging information technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) techniques can improve the accuracy of forecasts and enhance the bottom line.
The responsibility for retirement planning now rests more squarely on the individual than at any other time in recent history.
Owen Hall, Jr., PhD, offers an overview of the major challenges and opportunities facing graduate management education and a case for online, blended learning.
The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act 0f 2001 was designed to improve student performance at both the primary and secondary levels by increasing standards of accountability and providing parents with more flexibility in school selection. The NCLB act is currently up for renewal and there are many questions as to what has been accomplished … Continued
Owen P. Hall, Jr., PE, PhD, is Editor-in-Chief of the Graziadio Business Report and a professor of decision and information systems at the Graziadio School of Business and Management. The ongoing dust-up about global warming has brought front and center a number of new opportunities and threats to California’s currently fragile economy. Whether man-made global … Continued