This is the technology tag for Lehigh Business Thought Leadership.

Libra Rising: Facebook’s Move into Cryptocurrency

The main barriers to Facebook launching its own cryptocurrency, called Libra, are political, not technological. That means now is the time to consider the implications for individuals, governments and the global economy.

Harnessing the Power of Technology for the Supply Chain

The Center for Supply Chain Research at Lehigh's 2019 Fall Forum will explore the technology, techniques, and tactics companies need to succeed.

The Surprising Truth About Immigration and Tech Growth

When high-tech jobs boom in an area, immigration often does, too. But it primarily occurs at the lower-skilled end of the labor spectrum, research shows.

How the Monday Effect Hurts Supply Chain Performance

Supply chain operations performance on Mondays is worse than other weekdays. If supply chain managers are not aware of that, how can they possibly deal with it?

Breaking Boundaries Between Business and Engineering: Going from ‘E to E’

"E to E," a new initiative that will prepare engineers to be executives, is just one example of how Lehigh Business continues to break boundaries between business and technology.

Selling the Air

Focusing on how digital transformation can create value across the platform, instead of just within an organization, is a win-win for both customers and companies.

Dealing with Disruptive Innovations in the Supply Chain

Leading industry and academic experts will gather at Lehigh University in November to share their insights on disruptive innovations affecting the supply chain today.

Why Is Elon Musk Still Running Tesla?

Elon Musk is clearly a visionary genius. So why is he wasting his talent by focusing on manufacturing efficiency at Tesla?

Innovation Starts from Within: Generation Z, Technology, and Self-Awareness

The new wave of transformational innovation may well come from creating new mediums, platforms, and techniques to boost self-awareness in young people ubiquitously connected to social media.

Going Mobile: An App a Day Helps Customers Stay

Research shows that companies that think a killer mobile app is the sole key to success in online shopping are likely to come up short when their customers check out.