Interview Phil Crowley.
Philip P. Crowley, is a dedicated attorney who has been handling legal matters for pharmaceutical, biomedical, medical devices, information technology and other technology companies for over 30 years. He has also spent nearly 25 years on the board of trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology, with substantial involvement in the oversight of academic innovation and entrepreneurship.
Talking Points from Phil Crowley
on A New Digital Age:
- The Coronavirus crisis has caused virtually unparalleled peril—but at the same time an opportunity to learn new ways of interacting with one another.
- Conservative organizations have been forced to adopt new technology methods to continue to operate. Before this crisis, they could stubbornly insist on face-to-face meetings. When meetings involve significant travel, the businesses incurred avoidable costs.
- Being forced to adapt to survive, the question will be whether business people’s actual experience with these methods will develop a familiarity that will breed increased adoption—and concomitant changes in the way business is conducted even after the crisis has passed.
- In the educational area forward-thinking schools, MIT, Harvard, Stanford and Stevens Institute of Technology, have dedicated significant efforts to making coursework available online. Other schools without established platforms will be challenged to deliver their products, while restrictions on gatherings are in place. The situation is a challenge even for schools with established programs.
- For instance, how do you conduct laboratory courses over the Internet? Right now, no one has an answer. When an answer is found, how will STEM education respond?
- There are many unanswered questions but I see a Darwinian principle that could be at work. The institutions that are most adaptable are the ones that will survive and thrive in the new reality.
Available for Interviews: Phil Crowley.
Philip P. Crowley is an attorney for over 30 years who is passionate about helping grow technology companies seize opportunities and avoid expensive legal mistakes as they make ideas come to fruition. Mr. Crowley has also spent nearly 25 years on the board of trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology, with substantial involvement in the oversight of academic innovation and entrepreneurship. He is the Managing Partner at the Law Office of Philip P. Crowley, LLC. Visit Phil Crowley on the web at www.CrowleyLawLLC.com
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