Hank Boyd talks about the Winter Olympics marketing opportunities. [VIDEO]
Smith Business Close-Up
Henry Lucas talks about disruptive technologies and his recent experiences teaching Massive Online Open Courses – free online courses that often have more than 10,000 students participating. [VIDEO]
Gary Cohen, assistant dean of executive programs, overviews the field of executive education. [VIDEO]
Janet Wagner talks about holiday retail outlook. [VIDEO]
Siva Viswanathan talks about crowdfunding and his research delving into what really matters for entrepreneurs using this funding method. [VIDEO]
Cynthia Kay Stevens talks about the impact of bullies in the workplace and what to do about them and other difficult co-workers. [VIDEO]
Shreevardhan Lele, Tyser Distinguished Teaching Fellow of Decision Sciences, discusses what responsibility BP has as a company in the oil spill. [VIDEO]
The ways we consume information have expanded drastically in the past decade – with digital formats of everything from movies to newspapers widely available, as well as special devises like the Apple iPad and Kindle reader to view them. But these new formats haven’t yet entirely replaced the old.
In this edition of Smith Business Close-Up with the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, P.K. Kannan talks about his research that explores under what conditions consumers would buy both traditional and digital formats of content.
Alex Triantis discusses his new role as the dean of the Smith School and the role of business schools in the corporate community. [VIDEO]