At the Facebook London offices, our conference rooms are plastered with posters shipped from the Menlo Park headquarters, commanding us to “move fast and build things.” We are reminded to value “people over pixels,” and asked “what would you do if you weren’t afraid?”
Innovations in education are not taking into consideration ample research that shows students learn better when they are first able to explore concepts for themselves before learning them formally.
Stanford Ignite: Powering Innovation and Entrepreneurship, a program taught by Graduate School of Business (GSB) faculty, is launching a new nine-week certificate program in Bangalore, India in 2013.
A strong team culture and technological innovation propels the Stanford Solar Car initiative.
By focusing on quality, rather than quantity, Stanford can build an entrepreneurial culture that is both effective and sustainable.
Citi’s chief innovation officer and one of the most powerful women in business today, Deborah Hopkins, spoke to over 300 people packed into the NVIDIA Auditorium in the Huang Engineering Center on Wednesday afternoon.
Well you probably saw it last Friday afternoon, but you also probably walked on by it. The Bloodmobile was in White Plaza, for a whole four hours this time. All Stanford students are here to make the world a better place. I know this because the admission department told me so. So everyone should mark…
The “Innovation” television series received the 2009 “Brand of the Year” Award. The program is the result of the partnership between the VINNOVA-Stanford Research Center of Innovation Journalism (InJo) and Pakistan-based SAMAA TV.