The world loves a wunderkind, an early starter, one who comes out of the blocks like a bullet, and achieves success and celebrity before they start shaving their back. Universities are large complexes designed to facilitate learning and nurture precocious talent. Since the 1980s, tertiary education has shifted its focus from an all round liberal arts preparation of young adults to aim for technology and business driven outcomes for students once they graduate. This is why we are seeing applications coming to market faster than ever before. Of course, the pay off for this is a section of society, which used to lead the way in understanding the world, being as dumb as everyone else in these matters.
Starting A Business & Making It Big While Studying
Getting rich is the main game, however, especially with a famously wealthy white President in that White House. Donald Trump recently thanked African leaders for making his business friends rich; despite Africa being a war torn, economic basket case, having never recovered in the postcolonial era. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg is, now, probably the most famous college based business success in the world. Harvard University played host to Zuckerberg and his peers, as they began what would become the social media behemoth of the age.
Elite colleges in America and elsewhere are the home of MBAs, so they should be at the cutting edge of encouraging students to make it big. Technological innovations emerging out of universities globally, are driving change in the business world today. Cloud computing and intranet softwares are helping businesses manage employees better and more expansively. Youthful minds will always be more open to new ideas and conceiving of breakthroughs in doing things better. University courses ask students to examine equations and situations to come up with new solutions to old problems.
Time does not stand still in business and in the world; change is the only constant. Startups will continue to emerge in industries across the globe; and the digital realm will impact most of all. Service industries and manufacturing will all continue to benefit from technological innovation; as will franchise opportunities. Apps are making it easier and far more mobile to do business 24/7 around the world. Doing things faster, smarter and more cost-effectively will always appeal to business, whatever the nature of it. Students will continue to ponder brilliant ideas and whether they can make them work in the marketplace.