In part two of a three-part series, OBJ columnist Bruce Firestone looks at what Vienna and Rotterdam are doing to win the increasingly competitive race for talent
Last October, the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued a dire warning: Climate change could trigger “unprecedented” changes to life on this planet by the year 2030.
When I started my first company in 1991, the landscape for women business owners in our region looked very different.
There has been much discussion recently about China’s becoming a scientific and innovation superpower.
For most individuals, identifying the characteristics that make someone professionally successful is easy: a senior rank within the organization, depth and breadth of one’s professional n
Even with a new trade deal with the United States, there will probably be little, if any, savings for Ottawa-area shoppers who hop across the border to buy groceries in the United States.
The creation of superclusters is a good first step to advancing Canada's competitive innovation ranking.
Cannabis is now legal in Canada, and one of the first issues with which the new Council will be seized very soon is whether or not to allow its sale in retail storefronts.
One of the hottest topics in management research right now is the relationship between entrepreneurship and innovation.
In 1996, Paul Vallée left Minneapolis and a lucrative contract consulting position billable at up to $175 an hour to come to Ottawa and live the impoverished life of an entrepreneur.