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2017 Rotman Design Challenge Recap

On April 1st and 2nd, over 125 students from 12 leading business and design schools across Canada, the USA, and Europe competed at the Rotman Design Challenge (RDC) in Toronto Canada for a total prize of $17,000 CAD. The challenge put forth by Canadian telecom sponsor TELUS was... "Our vision is to be admired globally for the remarkable outcomes we create in the lives of our customers, employees,...
John Stevenson, Toronto - Rotman School Of Management '17 | April 6, 2017 0   
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2017 Rotman Design Challenge

We are pleased to announce that we are featuring a new competition – The Rotman Design Challenge, an international Business Design case competition. The event hosts 125 Master level students from around the world at the University of Toronto for a week end long design thinking challenge. The goal for all the teams of 4 to 6 Master’s students from leading business and design schools will be to...
Emma Latini, MBA-Exchange.com Admin | January 23, 2017 0   
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Brand Value & the Most Powerful Brands 2016 (with Infographic)

Brand makes your business unique. It sets the company apart and has the ability to position the business on the top in their specific industry. Sometimes, a brand is the company’s most valuable assets. In fact, many companies are often referred to by the name used in their brand – and they become one and the same. A strong brand identity drives customer loyalty, for the simple fact that once a cu...
Zana Z., MBA-Exchange.com Admin | August 9, 2016 0   
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The Founder Of TED Shares What It Takes To Build The World's Most Popular Conference

He created a conference that sells out before the speakers are announced. Here's how Richard Saul Wurman did it. "1984 was a wonderful year. There was the first Macintosh, USA Today had just come out, Benoit Mandelbrot announced about a year before (and he was the first in the public eye about) fractal geometry," says Wurman. "The first CD came out. It was jointly invented by Sony and Phillips...
Zana Z., MBA-Exchange.com Admin | May 25, 2016 1   
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2016 Update: What Happens in One Internet Minute?

Big Data is inevitable. In one year we have created more data than ever before. The struggle to keep up with the services is intense and competition for the users is fierce. "Whether you realize it or not, as consumers, Big Data surrounds us everywhere, ultimately influencing decisions that we make every day." This is what actually happens in 60 seconds on the internet:
Zana Z., MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 18, 2016 0   
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Contagious: Why things catch on?

Jonah Berger's book "Contagious: Why things catch on?" addresses some interesting questions, such as why are some products and ideas talked about more than others? Why do some articles make the most emailed list? Why do some YouTube videos go viral? Word-of-mouth. The best thing about it is that it is available to everyone, you just have to get people to talk.The challenge, though, is how to do t...
Zana Z., MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 12, 2016 1   
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Too Late To Start? Quarter Life Crisis and Late Bloomers

Does success have a deadline? And if yes, what is the best age to succeed? Take a look of the static version for different periods of life: - “The Critical Period” – Do It Early or Bust? - The Data Behind The Success Age - The Middle Of Life or Mid-Life Crisis - The Quarter-Life Crisis - Late Bloomers, Not Losers
Zana Z., MBA-Exchange.com Admin | April 12, 2016 1   
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Shift Happens: EMV is here. Are you Ready?

Where were you when the October 1. EMV liability shift occurred? Were you prepared? Most weren't. If you have been living under a rock the past few years (or perhaps hiding out on an island somewhere), EMV stands for Europay, MasterCard and VISA. It's the global standard for the inter-operation of credit/debit chip cards", point of sale (POS) terminals, and automated teller machines (ATM...
Marco A. Sahli, Webster University '05 | October 7, 2015 0   
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Printing Revolution

The idea and the first patents round what we know today as 3D printing can be traced back to the 1980s when Charles Hull invented a technique called stereolithography. Although its long history, only in the last few years this technology became widely available. Because of rapid development within new markets printers are getting cheaper and cheaper, with prices typically in the range of US$250 –...
Rafael Natali, Hult International Business School '15 | June 19, 2015 1   
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Internet of Things - Smart World

Things Smartphone, smartwatch, smart TV, smart glasses, smart fridge, smart button (dash button), smart ‘anything’. With the technological progress and the emergence of the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) it seems that everything is becoming ‘smart’. The number of devices connected to internet have been increasing exponentially over the last few years. Gartner forecast that in 2015 4.9 billion “things...
Rafael Natali, Hult International Business School '15 | May 11, 2015 0   
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