December 18

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

By Angus Gillespie Since 1982, the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) has been the leading voice and the backbone for creating improved relationships between mainstream corporate [...]

What the Red Hat Acquisition Says About the Open Source Ecosystem

I’ve been working in open source for more than 12 years and never could have predicted the $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat by IBM. Frankly, it makes me concerned for the open source ecosystem. [...]

Who Said a CEO Can’t Ask for Help?

I remember my first coaching job as the head coach of a hockey team in Dollard des Ormeaux, Quebec. It was 1986. The team was made up of players between the ages of fifteen and sixteen years old. [...]

Business Development

A recent graduate was hired to work in a large bank’s telemarketing centre to find new clients. He was given lists of new company registrations to contact and told that the basic reason for a [...]

Become the Employer of Choice

There are plenty of awards given out to recognize employers, some that are evaluated independently, and some awards where staff submits their responses to questionnaires. So what does it take to [...]

The Importance of a Sports Travel Management Company for Sports Federations

Many sports federations see travel management expertise as a service that’s nice to have, but not essential. However, this approach means that they miss out on working with specialists who can [...]

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