In the book, I warned that technology might actually destroy more jobs than it was creating. I asked, “How will we manage the transition to new types of work and a new knowledge base for the… 282 more words
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A national online marketplace of work – nothing but a cornfield reverie at this point – could address “every conceivable issue facing humanity from poverty, human rights, health and the environment, to economic policy, war and even the governance of the Internet itself.”* Now, if only someone would step up to the plate and make it happen. 387 more words
I’ve read my fair share of success stories: case studies replete with examples of individuals who’ve somehow teamed up with organizations, some of them multi-stakeholder networks, to achieve something more, something no one party could have otherwise achieved on its own. 565 more words
Three Canadians ranked among top business brains on the planet in the 'Oscars of management thinking'
Four Canadians have been ranked among the most influential business thinkers in the world on a list known as the “Oscars of management thinking”.
Three Canadians made the top 20 of the 50 top minds on the… 480 more words