Yale SOM’s Vahideh Manshadi and Scott Rodilitz worked with Food Rescue US to hone their strategy for connecting volunteers with food donations. Their findings can help other nonprofits harness the power of crowds for social good.
- Blythe Masters aims to remake the infrastructure of financial services with blockchain distributed ledger technology.
- Can the tech industry’s “move fast and break things” approach create innovation in financial services without wrecking the economy?
- Yale’s Shyam Sunder assesses some of the complications that arise when multinational corporations become implicated in political questions.
- How will self-driving cars and other new technology reshape the industry? Prof. Jeffrey Sonnenfeld talks with former Ford CEO Mark Fields.
- After the Equifax breach, Yale SOM's Shyam Saunder says, we should put the burden for protecting identities back onto major companies.
- When designer Cap Watkins arrived at the digital media powerhouse Buzzfeed in 2015, the company had a group of talented designers. What it didn’t have, Watkins told Yale Insights, was the structure to help them to work together and build their careers.
- Computers are able to do many tasks, but people still outperform them at human interactions and complex decision-making. A new study suggests that successful companies take advantage of these capabilities.
What will the world’s use of energy look like in the coming decades, as technological advances revolutionize transportation and push down the price of renewable energy?
- With traditional TV losing viewers to streaming services, the industry is still figuring out what its new economic model will look like.
Katie Rae ’97, who runs an incubator and an investment firm, on finding the next great startup.