For years the benefits of online education have been articulated with words like “convenient” and “less costly”.
I was just reading about some interesting new research on fundraising. Adam Grant, an Associate Professor of Management at the Wharton School, studied call center workers raising money for scholarships—an activity that rarely results in donations.
Imagine that you are shopping for socks on your favorite website. You find the right pair and locate the sock shopping cart. You also want to buy a shirt, so you go to a different shopping cart. You also need a tie, but ties are located in yet another part of the website. And, to purchase the tie, you guessed it, you need to find the tie shopping cart. Read more »
I recently saw a somewhat sobering statistic about the legal field in the Harvard Business Review. It stated that, “Only 66% of the jobs landed by 2011 U.S.