Monthly Archives: September 2009

MQ Summary of BCBC Summit: Part 3

Innovation and BC’s 2020 Economy.  A great topic and well-covered by the third session — a panel discussion entitled:  Tomorrow’s Technology Today:  Innovation and BC’s 2020 Economy. The final panel of the summit was well moderated by a pro — … Continue reading

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MQ Summary of BCBC Summit: Part 2

It’s all about people — how we educate them, value them and motivate them to learn, re-tool and learn again.  The second session at the Chapter Two Summit was entitled:  In Training for Prosperity:  Education and the Real Value of … Continue reading

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MQ Notes from BC Business Council Summit: Part 1

What will BC’s next economy look like? Chapter Two of the BC Business Council’s Outlook 2020 series is entitled: Foundations for the Future:  Innovation, Human Capital and BC’s Next Economy. Yesterday morning we were in the Pan Pacific “Crystal” Ballroom … Continue reading

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Sustainability Innovators — a new set of business competencies?

In my quest to learn as much as possible about the business school culture I have added the Harvard Business Review to my regular reading list.  I already tweeted that the September 09 issue is about Sustainability/Innovation and how green … Continue reading

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Batteries — owning or renting?

So — I am not ready yet to outline my blog approach — maybe there shouldn’t be one. In the meantime, I am loving the fact that I get emails from Economist.com with the latest in a variety of topics … Continue reading

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Resilient Cities — conference coming up!

Labour Day.  Seems like the right day to start work again on MQblog.  Armed with advice from Kirk LaPointe (my mentor on twitter, blog etc.) am going to try to link all these different media.  And I need to apply … Continue reading

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