In Chapter 9 of 19 Global Campus founder Maurizio de Franciscis learns practical problem solving approaches working at General Electric. At GE, de Franciscis finds a culture built on execution and delivery. Solving problems requires taking action and executing on the plan. This contrasts with his previous experience working in consulting, which focuses more on theoretical problem solving. De Franciscis graduated from Università degli Studi di Roma - La Sapienza - and earned his MBA from INSEAD.
Comedian, best selling author and technology expert Baratunde Thurston discusses the importance of continuing to campaign after the initial round of crowdfunding like Organic Transit did with their product ELF.
Comedian, best selling author and technology expert Baratunde Thurston shares insight he learned from Julie Uhrman, CEO of Ouya, who got invaluable input from Kickstarter's community of funders about the product's features.
What can companies do to protect their computers against the type of hacking attacks that have recently targeted Western media companies? Richard Forno, assistant director of the University of Maryland Baltimore County Center for Cybersecurity, offers some tips.