The New York Times reported today that a system has been developed that would let us avoid vote fraud by engaging the populace in double-checking the vote. It’s a very elegant system, developed at MIT. Interestingly, it was developed by Ron Rivest, who also developed some of the very popular private key cryptography that underlies many of today’s electronic security systems. He’s a man worth listening to…
Stever’s history with start-ups, the Harvard Business School’s “Leadership and Learning” curriculum overhaul and his educational background leave him uniquely qualified to speak to a broad and diverse group of business audiences. Combine his experience base with an ability to touch all of us with an engaging and thought provoking style and you have the makings of a great session/workshop. If we all followed Stever’s advice the business world would be in much better shape!?