Today’s senior business managers face not only traditional business planning tasks when driving growth within their organization, but also the need to understand new marketing challenges and opportunities presented by technologies that were not taught in business schools even five or ten years ago.
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Amazon has occupied no small amount of Canada’s attention since Toronto made the shortlist of potential locations for the company’s so-called “second headquarters” earlier this year, but another tech giant just made definitive plans to invest in the country’s burgeoning tech sector.
Per the conclusions of a report prepared by PricewaterhouseCoopers for the Business Council of Canada, the nation is likely to experience adverse effects due to the major tax reforms passed by the U.
The economic future of the U.S. – and, for that matter, the world – will be contingent on tech development.
The U.S. isn’t the only major national player in the aerospace market, but according to a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers, it still holds the No.
Are leaders born or made? It’s an interesting question that produces a plethora of answers. But here’s something that isn’t up for debate: People are naturally attracted to leaders.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made no secret of his aims to turn the nation he leads into a new age as a tech superpower.
The San Francisco Bay Area and the broader Silicon Valley region surrounding it are, in the minds of many, synonymous with tech jobs and development.
Thrillist recently noted that many of the highest-paying jobs in IT are, not unexpectedly, those requiring either elite IT management skills or high-level technical acumen – information systems manager and computer hardware engineer, respectively.