New York: Today’s Climate Summit at the United Nations is unprecedented. Even though it is not part of the UN’s official negotiating process for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, this could be the most important and productive meeting on climate change ever held. In addition to leaders of member states, it’s bringing together leaders at the highest level from finance, business, NGOs and local leaders from public and private sectors –...
Today’s Toronto Star excerpts Chancellor Don Tapscott’s convocation address to the new graduates of Trent University. “A new civilization is emerging, enabled by a communications revolution and created by a your generation.”
The latest research paper is complete at GlobalSolutionNetworks.org. Kenneth Abbott and Dr. Thomas Hale present A Guide for Organizational Entrepreneurs View the research paper on site at: http://gsnetworks.org/research_posts/orchestrating-global-solution-networks/
According to a new study by the Global Solution Networks program at The Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, companies that base their transactions and business on money made of atoms, not digital bits, suffer big time. Is cash bad for business?
The petty political debates are missing the point, Don Tapscott writes. Toronto is on the cusp of profound changes and our next leader needs to lead us into the digital era.
Harvard Business Review: In Don Tapscott’s latest piece in the Harvard Business Review, he writes: The challenge is clear: You now need to think strategically about which you will participate in and how.