Students need big data tools to move this industry forward, writes Professor Yetman.
Media coverage of blockchain in the food supply chain are
a good reminder that technological innovations aren’t just
for revolutionaries. Sometimes they are even better at
entrenching the entrenched.
This relationship between the core business strategy and its
innovation portfolio is tricky. But maybe not as tricky as
companies make it. Molly Fleming writes in MarketingWeek:
In a results call for investors today (10 July), PepsiCo CEO
Indra Nooyi revealed that the company is creating “a small
entrepreneurial group” that will sit separate to the rest of the
Professor Paul Griffin defines this special case of financial risk by three categories of uncertainty.
Are policy makers trying to stop the future of food? Or are
they simply asking the new ultra-hyped, venture-backed food
companies to earn their seat at the table?
Government policy has always played a role in innovation,
sometimes impeding it and sometimes helping it.
We asked some of the brightest people we know—our faculty—what they’ve been reading on and off the beach this summer. It’s not light fare.