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!
Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) in management education are growing rapidly in response to exorbitant tuitions, tightening budgets, limited class availability, and globalization.
Today business schools are under growing pressure to engage in significant reforms due to globalization, rising tuitions, and unprecedented economic uncertainty.
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.
There is something abuzz in the software industry from customers and developers alike and it is called Software as a Service, or SaaS for short.
Although information systems may seem value-neutral, their control of information—and thus power—within organizations bring ethical concerns.
Pepperdine’s Charles A. Morrissey offers his picks for best E-BIZ insights on the Web.
GBR Editor-in-Chief Charla Griffy-Brown discusses the buzz in the air about the so-called 3G (third generation) technologies.
Portals promise to create significant and sustainable competitive advantages for early adopters.
With the gloss totally off the economy, inquiring minds want to know what might happen next – and whether e-business is down and out.
Customer relationship management (CRM) is becoming the buzz in the halls of marketing today.
A discussion of the innovative approaches used to make Countrywide the largest independent mortgage banking company in the U.S.