I believe 100 percent, that in the future our education will be modular. One that will give way into a lego-like combination of stackable credentials. That idea was sparked from Anant Agarwal the CEO of edX, so I want to give him props to the initial idea.
This is the kind of story that gives top executives of any service-oriented business today nightmares! In our age of social media, it only takes one story, one post, one video, or one picture to possibly sink your business! One bad customer interaction or one disgruntled employee's action can become a viral video in an instant. Literally, this can place your business—no matter the industry, no matter the size, no matter the location, no matter of anything—instantly on the defensive, and if that story doesn't kill your business, it could well cripple it or at least make a huge dent in the firm's top and bottom lines. And that damage can be lasting for an indeterminate amount of time in the consumer mins. Indeed, there will be some consumers that you may never be able to reach after one of these incidents.
One of my favorite undergraduate literature professors had a mantra that there were no due dates for papers in his class. You could do them all in the first couple of weeks, you could work on them gradually throughout the semester, or you could do them all at the last minute.
Only, it isn’t simple at all. None of the stages of essay writing are simple, including the final one—the proofreading. Research, writing and proofreading carry the same, grand amount of importance and all take a grand part of the essay’s success.