The economic outlook isvery uncertain, but ABB is well positioned to come out ahead," is how JoeHogan, ABB's CEO concluded his remarks at a press briefing on the first day of ABBAutomation and Power World 2009.
Some 3,000 customers areattending the event this week here in Orlando to attend workshops and trainingsessions, learn about ABB's new product offerings and network with theirpeers.
Given its diversifiedportfolio, which ranges from power products and systems to automation androbotics, the $38B ABB is weathering the economic maelstrom better than some.
They should add more people to research technologies and develop them. They need to pay more attention to it
Students say they “step back in time” when they enter the school building each morning, according to today’s release of the 2008 Speak Up survey.
The report states it is critical to acknowledge the frustration that many students have with school today. Only 39 percent of high schools in this year’s Speak Up poll think that their school is doing a
good job preparing them for the jobs of the future (in fact, only 32 percent of parents believe that). Yet, a majority of school principals (56 percent) say that their schools are doing a good job. This disconnect is symptomatic of the larger issue at work - the vision of students for learning today is
dramatically different than the vision being implemented
This is so true the schools arent preparing students for they future they are just doing something of money and consider it as a job not as sharing theyr knowledge
We need to make sure the teachers are doing what they are supposed to do and not hire any bump that needs a job.