Latest GSN Research Paper:  Rethinking the United Nations for the Networked World
Jun08

Latest GSN Research Paper: Rethinking the United Nations for the Networked World

An Agenda for Strengthening the UN’s Engagement through Global Solution Networks The UN was established at the close of World War II. Since then the world has become increasingly complex, now requiring the UN to change critical aspects of its modus operandi in order to be more effective in responding to global challenges. In the past decades, powerful non-state actors—including an increasingly vast array of transnational networks...

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Businesses Should Move on From Cold Hard Cash
Jun03

Businesses Should Move on From Cold Hard Cash

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?

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Rob Ford? John Tory? Olivia Chow? Here’s What Matters
Mar03

Rob Ford? John Tory? Olivia Chow? Here’s What Matters

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.

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Harvard Business Review: A Bretton Woods for the 21st Century
Feb24

Harvard Business Review: A Bretton Woods for the 21st Century

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.

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Top 10 Crowdsourcing Experts Series – Canada
Feb12

Top 10 Crowdsourcing Experts Series – Canada

The Crowdsourcing Week Team present a new series on their picks for Crowdsourcing Week’s Global List of Experts.

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Economic Crisis Continues for Unemployed Youth

This growing rich-poor disconnect was a major theme at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, which took place the week prior to Mr. Obama’s speech.

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