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?
Our mayor must understand the key to job creation is entrepreneurship. Canada needs to become an innovation economy and with Toronto at the centre. Close to 80 per cent of new jobs come from companies five years old or less. Entrepreneurship requires innovation, money, partnerships and above all, entrepreneurs.
Don Tapscott is well known to many Canadians for his insights on business and technology, and as the author of 15 books. But he’s also a passionate musician who cobbled together a band 15 years ago made up of himself and six executives from the finance and investment world: Gerry Throop, Jim Hardy, Stewart Borden, Vince Mazza, Trish Fonberg and Duke McKenzie.
It’s wrong for governments to shift funding to more practical trades or technical colleges, away from universities. We need both.
Op-Ed: The emergence of global solutions networks offers hope for a better way to address global problems. But we need to understand how they work and protect them from nation-states that sometimes try to suppress them. Read the full piece on Policy...
Every country needs to consider a Bill of Rights for the Digital Age and the meeting has already catalyzed a wave of global activity to ensure that governments, corporations and others do the right thing.