Asian countries rise up the global innovation rankings

“The findings demonstrate a number of key points: that the quality of innovation is as important if not more so than quantitative measures of inputs and outputs; and that a leading-edge higher education system is vital not only for producing high quality graduates but also in the wider knowledge development and diffusion process”.

Celebrating Failure as Success

Watch the video by Astro Teller, director at X, talks about how failure is not only accepted within Alphabet’s moonshot factory, but how teams that kill their ambitious projects early are rewarded generously for the lessons that the failures yield. The seemingly counterintuitive practice establishes workplace norms that incentivize boldness and transparency. Contrary to what

US campuses reluctant to reduce reliance on student evaluations | Times Higher Education (THE)

Due to bias against women & minorities.

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