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Preparing Canada for the Fintech Tsunami

by Issue: January / February 2018

Our financial sector is navigating monster waves of disruption as it fights to remain a global industry leader. So why isn’t anybody in Ottawa at the helm setting a strategic course?

Squeezing Wisdom Out of a Mouse and a Louse

by Issue: January / February 2018

Anyone looking for leadership advice on Robbie Burns Day (or anytime) should try reading the poet laureate of planning.

Radical Thinking About Leadership

by , Issue: January / February 2018

Kim Scott’s book Radical Candor signals a new paradigm supported by research linking ‘kick-ass’ leadership with interpersonal connections.

The Reality of Artificial Intelligence

by Issue: November / December 2017

Planning for the future is important, but don’t forget about opportunities presented by artificial intelligence offers right now.

Building Semi-Autonomous Organizations

by Issue: November / December 2017

Ignoring the potential of new technologies like blockchain is like betting the Internet was just a fad back in 1999.

Enhancing Fintech With Diversity

by Issue: November / December 2017

As the banking sector embraces technology, it risks becoming even more male-dominated and therefore less competitive.

Growing the GTA’s Fintech Ecosystem

by , Issue: November / December 2017

Canada’s financial system is currently touted as one of the strongest in the world, but policy makers need to create the conditions for future success.

Being a Good Fintech Partner

by Issue: November / December 2017

The banking world needs to re-boot its traditional conservative culture to remain competitive in the digital age.

Remembering a Pioneer

by Issue: November / December 2017

Former IBJ editor Doreen McKenzie-Sanders was trailblazer for women and business. She will be missed.

The Real Story Behind Big Data

by , et al.Issue: November / December 2017

Analytics may rule the digital age, but it still needs good old-fashioned storytelling to create real value.

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