Coursera Fights To Keep The Promise Of MOOCs Alive With Corporate Customer Push

Five years ago, the CEO of Coursera would’ve been in high demand on the floor of a busy tech conference floor, but speaking at Web Summit in Lisbon in November, Jeff Maggioncalda blends in. Coursera’s original product, the massive open online course, no longer carries the same buzz as artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles or the blockchain. Today, its fans look a lot more corporate: Intel and Google, AXA and L’Oréal.