The edge of intelligence: the strategy behind business use of market intelligence
Market intelligence helps businesses to understand the needs of their customers, accelerate their growth, and adapt quickly to evolving environments. But many need help to capture these dividends. The FT's latest report explores further.
Students and faculty alike will be finding it a serious challenge to maintain a sense of stability in this crisis. The FT has a wide variety of digital tools and multimedia content to support remote learning. Read on to find out more.
Whether you’re a class of 30 students, or a faculty member preparing for a lecture, having appropriate and accurate secondary material to the primary content is vital for providing evidence and real-world context to learning.
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The FT's Andrew Jack sat down with the president of the University of Chicago, Robert Zimmer, and discussed how his approach to learning and education meshes with the values and morals he believes are vital for nurturing the next generation’s growth in business.
The political, economic and social landscape is fast-moving. And much of it is driven by technology disruption. Within the academic and education market, this has had a great number of implications from how disciplines are taught in the classroom or through distance learning; to the work skill sets and experience companies demanding from graduates.