Barry Frew is turning high-powered admirals into mavericks. His course at the Naval Postgraduate School combines technology, rock climbing, and "war stories" delivered by some of Silicon Valley's elite.
The leaders of IBM's 100,000-person IT staff knew that their team had many strengths. But the team also had one big weakness: It was too slow. Thus was born a group of change agents dedicated to speeding up Big Blue.
An unlikely sentiment? Not to the folks at Happy Computers, a London-based training firm that teaches everything from database technology to html. Its motto: "Experiment. Ask questions. Make mistakes."
What's the purpose of a museum? The old answer: to house and to display dead stuff — the museum as mausoleum. The new answer: according to designer Ralph Appelbaum, to experience life and learning. He creates museums with a mission.
We've moved beyond email, beyond intranets, to the next digital force that will reshape how people work and how they relate to their companies. Oliver Muoto, cofounder of Epicentric Inc., explains the rise of B2E Web portals.
You can't learn what your customers want if you don't know how to listen to them. And listening smart is harder than it sounds. Here's our crank-up-the-volume guide to building a listening organization.
When it comes to launching Internet companies, you can't be fast enough. Here are lessons in speed from a leading VC, the founder of an e-business incubator, and a team of anthropologists studying work and life in Silicon Valley.
A little-known unit inside General Electric, the world's best-known big company, is setting the standard for digital transformation — and helping Jack Welch teach the rest of his company how to get with the Web program.
An Atlanta-based law firm is changing the game — and the image — of a very traditional profession. From how it compensates its employees to how it charges its clients, Red Hot Law Group is just that: red hot.