The ‘Five Whys’ Technique

Five whys (or 5 whys) is an iterative interrogative technique used to explore the cause-and-effect relationships underlying a particular problem. The primary goal of the technique is to determine

Disruptive technologies

The following are examples of disrutive technologies a) Mobile internet, ubiquitous access to the internet through a mobile device. This

Do you know where your going?

Entrpreneurs are talented people who often get wrapped up in their idea, their invention, their reason for existing and often

Breaking the Higher education Value Chain

The decoupling of activities in some models of the traditional value chain is seen as an opportunity for the creation


The blockchain is a fully distributed, cryptographically secure database. The author Dan Tapscott announced, “The technology likely to have the

Business Processes

Diaz, Lorenzo and Solís suggest a taxonomy of business processes based on the value chain of any company. They propose

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