In search of blue oceans
First came the book and now there is an institute in the making. The international bestseller, ‘Blue Ocean Strategy’ written by INSEAD professors W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne, sold more than a million copies in its first year of publication and is being published in a record-breaking 39 languages. Although there are no plans for a follow-up book at this stage, INSEAD is currently setting up the INSEAD Blue Ocean Strategy Institute. In a rare interview, Kim and Mauborgne told Knowledge th
Month in Review - Valparaiso University
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06 Adler Textbook Review
How to Use WatchKnow
While many have said WatchKnow is easy to use, we think it can't hurt to explain it with a nice screencast. So here you go--how to use WatchKnow, in under four minutes. Covers opening categories; opening video pages; watching and rating videos; drilling down into the Directory; using the age filter; using the search engine to find categories and videos, and to locate where categories are in the Directory; getting an account; how educational professionals should sign up for an account; and My
Mid-South Pastor to meet with First Lady
Mississippi's obesity rate is currently the highest in the nation. First Lady Michelle Obama makes a visit to Hernando, MS to speak with a local leaders, including pastor Michael Minor, to address the growing problem of childhood obesity. This short video is a clip from the local news report on health and wellness. Run time 02:16
Trailer: Passport to the Universe (Narrated by Tom Hanks)
The American Museum of Natural History is launching a double feature of the Museum's space shows as part of the year-long celebration commemorating the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Frederick Phineas and Sandra Priest Rose Center for Earth and Space. The double feature includes the Museum's first two space shows: "Passport to the Universe" (narrated by Tom Hanks), which launches visitors on a thrilling trip through space and time; and "The Search For Life: Are We Alone?" (narrated by H
What’s your CEO really worth? INSEAD’s Corporate Governance Initiative creates a model.
If there is a culprit behind the dismal state of corporate governance today, INSEAD Professor Ludo Van der Heyden blames Wall Street capitalism.
How to Search You Tube Effectively
There are ways to get the exact videos that you want. One way is to type in the search bar allintitle:(what you are searching for). If you are looking for a tutorial type that in the search bar-Excel Tutorial. There are other tips given in this video.
The Effects of Green House Gases
Methane, water vapour, nitrous oxide and ozone are the green houses
gases, which exist in the earth’s atmosphere. They absorb thermal
radiations that are breathed out by the earth’s surface and reflect it
back to the earth, thereby serving as a blanket preventing the earth
from heat loss and keeping temperatures constant and perfect for animals
to live, and plants to grow.
For years now, rising temperatures have been a particularly hot topic
RuNet Echo is a special project of Global Voices (which is funded by the Open Society Institute). It was created to investigate and analysis the growing role of the Internet in Russia and in the Russian-language worldwide community. It regularly monitors Russian language Internet sites, blogs and forums and publishes its comments and reports on their content, usage and surveillance and freedom. Topics covered include Russian bloggers, the use of the Internet in Russian politics (during Russian e
'Visual Directions' is a website designed to assist students in producing sketchbooks and engage in reflective writing
Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser ran seven shipyards and employed thousands of people. He used an assembly line to build ships, assembling some in less than five days. One image in this collection shows a ship's hull under construction. Another shows a diagram with goals for completing a ship. The workers at the Kaiser shipyards in Richmond, California, produced the most warships in the country during World War II. One photograph shows workers celebrating the launch of one of their ships. Kaiser wa
Third Annual Freedom of Information Day - Panel Four: Exemption Three Going Forward
An analysis of the FOIA's controversial "catch-all exemption," its recognized scope to date, and its future application under the OPEN FOIA Act of 2009 (the "2009 FOIA Amendment").
Washington College of Law 2010 Commencement Address
Washington College of Law 2010 Commencement Address by Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.
Work of Art
Every Wednesday, Brooklyn Museum staff and local community gathered at Soda Bar in Prospect Heights to watch Bravo's Work of Art. This was the crowd reaction to the final few minutes of the finale when Abdi Farah was named the winner.
USAWC Class of 2012 Seminar 20
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Energy Detectives at Work
Students search for clues of energy around them. They use what they find to create their own definition of energy. They also relate their energy clues to the engineering products they encounter every day.
Ancient arachnid crawls back to life
Full story: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25863 Open-source software has been used to reconstruct the gait of one of the first land predators
Students will learn the difference between global, prevailing and local winds. In this activity, students will make a wind vane out of paper, a straw and a soda bottle and use it to measure wind direction over time. Finally, they will analyze their data to draw conclusions about the prevailing winds in their area.
Sigrist's lecture 3 part B
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