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Re-Thinking the IT Model 
Text  Whittaker, Sheelagh, Re-Thinking the IT Model, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 2000), 4 Nov 1999, 134-145  Changes in technology, with illustration. The information technology generation gap. Working seriously at understanding the uses and the potential of information technology and at getting help to put that understanding into practice. The need to re-think information technology , our attitude...
Successfully Managing a Global Business in Good and Bad Times 
Text  Hurtubise, Lionel, Successfully Managing a Global Business in Good and Bad Times, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1998), 6 Nov 1997, 150-167  Some key issues critical to the information technology and communications markets. Sharing the speaker's experiences as the Canadian CEO and now Chairman of a large multinational company doing great things in Canada. The lessons learned by a global company such as Ericsson about competing...
Seizing Opportunity: Canada's Chance to Lead out of the Chaos of the Communications Revolution 
Text  McLennan, John, Seizing Opportunity: Canada's Chance to Lead out of the Chaos of the Communications Revolution, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 2004), 30 May 2002, 24-36  Canadian telecommunications. How Canada can establish itself as a global leader in the next phase of opportunity and growth in the global information and communications industries. Information-based applications, technologies, services and solutions for export to customers around the globe....
Emerging Trends in Information Technology 
Text  Thompson, John W., Emerging Trends in Information Technology, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 2006), 17 Feb 2005, 269-283  The speaker's thoughts about the trends emerging in information technology. Information security. Ensuring recoverability from any incidents for the infrastructure. Cost, complexity and compliance as consistent challenges. Regulatory initiatives in Canada, such as PIPEDA. Looking for an integrated...
The IT Talent Gap: Answering Canada's Greatest Human Capital Challenge 
Text  June 12, 2008  Technology and the talent required that makes technology a vital part of our national economy. Reference to the Institute for Competitiveness and Prosperity's Report on Canada 2008 and the need it pointed to. Competing in the global economy and what that means in terms of innovation, especially...
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