How Not to Be A Future-Ready Leader
Alberta’s newly elected provincial government recently tabled its first budget.
It generated an overwhelmingly negative response from the tech sector who viewed it as being short-sighted and reflective of a lack of regard for the importance of creating jobs for the knowledge economy.
The budget reflected significant funding cuts reducing support and incentive for economic diversification, the tech sector, entrepreneurs, artificial intelligence, and innovation in general. This article via @betakit perhaps explains it best.
I recently connected with a woman who is an intelligent, energetic woman who is passionate about supporting entrepreneurs.
At our first meeting she handed me a strangely titled book called Ripples from the Zambezi and suggested I read it if I wanted to know more about the work she was doing with others to support business enterprise.
She went on to explain it was a book written by an Italian named Ernesto Sirolli who first learned about business development in Africa, honed it in a remote area of…
Posted on 11-02-19