Disruption is the name of the game for business, these days. Hotels are being emptied by Airbnb. Taxis and rental cars sit idle because of Uber. Department stores are being
When the economy slows down and oil prices tumble. When the Canadian dollar turns into 70 cents and unemployment climbs upwards. When your bank, your suppliers and your customers all
No matter how cold the temperature gets, I’ve always looked forward to the New Year. I love winter’s blue sky days with a dazzle of fresh snow. I like that
For Alberta’s sake, I’d ask for a pipeline. I know, it’s trendy to say that pipelines can leak, that oil tankers can sink and that oil is dirty. And that
I chuckled when I first heard this expression. Especially when I realized it’s partially true: increased U.S. oil production, from fracking, has contributed to the decline in oil prices. But
There’s a lot of ‘giving more’ going on.
If companies are like people, then no company is an island unto itself. They’re all interconnected and surprisingly, much alike. That their similarities are not obvious is because of the
Employment-law lawyers have flagged employer-requested criminal background checks. Because once the cat is out of the bag, we could all be liable.
Some people call it the glass ceiling. Others call it the gender gap. I call it absurd. This is a blog about ‘walking the talk’, so please note that I’m