Month: August 2012

Public Privacy and the Glass House

By Marty Nemzow There always has been tension between functionality and security, and likely always will be. Functionality usually wins out because we can calculate

Ways High Tech Is Changing the NFL

Gridiron GPS Computer chip technology is being developed to track both player and ball movements in order to determine calls such as first downs.

Social Media Is Good Business

By Samuel Greengard Operating a design and engineering firm with offices in more than 100 countries is a big challenge. Not only is it necessary

How to Recharge Your Leadership Mojo

By Mohan Nair It’s been a grueling five years. On the global stage we’ve seen bailouts, rampant unemployment, sluggish consumer confidence, declining home values and