Quiet reflections on a life in edutech and later research.
What did Olga Dubanevych understand about productivity hacks in the pandemic? Read her article.
Women in formalized leadership positions have always been scarce and Akhila Srinivasan investigates the lack of women in the STEM industries and leadership.
Urbanization has often been at the root of many ills including most recently COVID-19. What kind of migration movements have happened in the wake of urbanization in Nigeria? Busola Akin-Olawore paints a picture of the choices facing Nigerian immigrants when they move to Canada.
How does the new immigrant experience parallel life in the “new” normal of COVID-19’s outbreak? Dr. Luciara Nardon makes interesting comparisons about coping in the pandemic.
When does leadership fail? How do we institute accountability in our leaders to promote positive human outcomes? Lisel Douglas challenges status-quo leadership by demanding more empathy, foresight, transparency and pragmatism.
One of our areas of business passion and research impact include leadership at associations and non-profits. Read below for a selection of thought-pieces by our founder in the research, communications…
Top takeaways from the opportunities investing in Denmark’s cannabis industry brings to Canadian companies and more.
The recently concluded MjBizCon International 2019 in Toronto hosted about 2000 participants and offered some highly curated new content for industry professionals and stakeholders. We report key takeaways.
What more can Canadian #companies do to stay on top of their products and technologies to stay #competitive in their industry? Ana Ramos, Ph.D. calls it the “survival of the techiest”. Read on for more solutions.