Should you treat your school like a business?

E-School News – Laura DeVaney “As parents have more choices regarding where their children go to school, some districts are beginning to view students and parents as “customers” — with surprising results. The idea of treating students, parents and the...

BASF taking innovation where markets are

China Daily- Zhu Wenqian “BASF director says the firm is coasting on its long history with China to industrial glory BASF SE’s association with China goes back all the way to 1885. Over the last 130 years, the Ludwigshafen, Germany-headquartered...

Business gets schooled

Fortune Magazine – Peter Elkind “When Exxon Mobil, GE, Intel, and others pushed for the education standards, they incurred the wrath of Tea Party conservatives and got a painful lesson in modern politics. In February 2014, two of the world’s richest men,...

Telling the Story of STEM

Change the Equation – Staff Writer “If you’re looking for some STEMspiration and some great stories to boot, you’ve got to check out how four CTEq member companies are using STEM learning opportunities to make an...

Boston Scientific steps up its involvement in STEM education

The Boston business Journal – Don Seiffert “The company recently formed its first-ever STEM Council to bring together various efforts to encourage learning among kids about science, technology, engineering and math. And in the past couple years, those...

The most important leadership quality for CEOS? Creativity

Fast Company & Inc – AUSTIN CARR “For CEOs, creativity is now the most important leadership quality for success in business, outweighing even integrity and global thinking, according to a new study by IBM. The study is the largest known sample of...