Being an engineer is rewarding in itself; not only do you get the rare professional opportunity to build something usable and often tangible, but your creations are usually extremely beneficial to the world at large. Still, many engineers yearn for more responsibility and more impact – which is why they become engineering entrepreneurs.
In business, one of the most important things to get to grips with is treating people fairly while getting what you need out of them. This is a difficult balance to be able to find, but getting there is mostly just a matter of trial and error. One area in particular where it can often […]
When people think of modern startups and they’ll think of calm, sedentary office jobs. But there are still plenty of startups that don’t fit that description at all! Plenty of them are working with dangerous materials. If your startup will fit this description, then read this to get the lowdown on essential safety tips.
Improving communication within your company can lead to all kinds of business benefits, with higher workplace morale, better employee satisfaction, and increased productivity being among just a few. Employees who feel that their voice is heard and listened to when it comes to the operations of the company are far more likely to be engaged […]
There has long been a perception that the fields of public health and health care administration are essentially two sides of the same coin. For many, the image of “public health” is that of a clinic provider in an impoverished area, while the health care administrator is little more than a bean counter who has […]
Today’s classroom is unlike any we’ve seen in the past. From flipped learning to individualized instruction to digital technology, education has come a long way from the traditional models that many of us were used to. Perhaps the greatest influence on education today is technology.
Are you struggling to select your university major? You surely know that millions of first-time and returning students major in business during their undergraduate years, but perhaps you’re not sure it’s right for you. You just don’t fancy yourself a businessperson, perhaps.