Entries tagged innovation

Report on Maclean’s Thought Leadership and Innovation Event

I attended the Maclean’s thought leadership and innovation event at the Design Exchange today. The keynote speech provided by Peter Aceto, employee #8 and current CEO of Tangerine Bank Canada, was quite engaging. To frame the discussion, he posed the question “what is the Canadian equivalent of the American dream?” wondering why Canadians are very low on the innovation scale (and slipping), even though Canada is regularly high on the list of the best countries in which to live. This question provided the context for exploring potential solutions to how leaders can help Canada become more innovative.

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Innovation For Its Own Sake?

I fell victim to bright and shiny thinking years ago, when I adopted C++ as the new and improved way of doing things. It was, as I’d heard it, the much better C. No questions asked. Never mind that it had only been around a year or two. Pretty soon …

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The Dilemma of Software Updates

On every single IT project, softwares, tools and frameworks are chosen to develop the system components. Those tools and applications are selected based on many criteria: relevance to the project, easiness to use, price, license, knowledge from the team and so forth. Versions are chosen based on the same criteria, but sometimes deciding when to apply software updates can be difficult.

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