As technology evolves faster than most organizations can adapt, it’s clear that data-centric companies will devour their competitors.
Just as we were getting used to all of the talk about Millennials, another generation emerges: Generation Z. These young Americans have thrust themselves into the spotlight like a new SnapChat filter, music festival, or Unicorn Frappuccino.
There are a thousand business owners waiting for artificial intelligence to “arrive,” in a commercial sense.They see AI’s potential, and they’re waiting for it to evolve into a product that can actually affect their business in a positive way, not just play board games.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and big data are currently front and center for evaluation and implementation in higher education.
High school seniors have just graduated, but it doesn’t necessarily mean they're ready to start college.
There are over two hundred liberal arts colleges in the U.S. These institutions primarily promote small classes, low faculty to student ratios, and a high level of personal engagement between students and college staff.
In late 2015, Georgia State came to us with a major challenge. They were grappling with runaway summer melt that had increased from 12% to nearly 19% in a few short years.
As a former college admission officer and independent school counselor, I’ve connected with a lot of students over the years.