Posts by Jon Pfeffer

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Mar 24, 2017 by

Rutgers Mini-MBA Offers Crash Course in Data Driven Management

Mini-MBA

Rutgers Business School recently announced a five-day accelerated Mini-MBA in Data Driven Management developed to equip “business leaders [with] the knowledge, tools and training to manage business opportunities by leveraging data.”

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Mar 23, 2017 by

Stanford Lecturer Talks Socioeconomic Impact of AI

Socioeconomic Impact

Coursera co-founder, Baidu Research chief scientist and Stanford Graduate School of Business lecturer Andrew Ng recently spoke at the the school’s MSx series about the socioeconomic impact artificial intelligence is slated to have in the coming decades.

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Mar 21, 2017 by

3 Accelerated Boston MBA Programs You Need To Know

Accelerated Boston

Until a formal, worldwide mandate to increase the hours in a day passes or we collectively choose to abide by cyclical rather than linear notions of time, perhaps we can take solace in knowing all of us are part of civilization’s constant race against the clock.

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Mar 17, 2017 by

Sloan Student Talks Interplanetary Future at New Space Age Conference

Space Age

On the heels of MIT Sloan’s second annual New Space Age Conference, the school recently explored the role commercial rocket startup Relativity Space hopes to play in closing the gap of an interplanetary future.

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Mar 17, 2017 by

Columbia Student Startup Slated to Shape Future of Elderly Caregiving

Elderly Caregiving

Columbia Business School recently highlighted I-Care, a new student startup focused on elderly caregiving that took first place at the most recent Global Public Policy Network Conference in Paris; “an alliance of seven global public-policy schools that provides a platform for institutional partnership, research collaboration and student exchange.”

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Mar 16, 2017 by

USF Guest Speaker Talks Fixing Broken Retirement System

USF guest

During a USF Silk Speaker Series guest talk at the University of San Francisco School of Management, Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Merton emphasized the impending crisis of our “broken retirement system.”

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