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by Leonard Brody,Wendy Cukier,Ken Grant,Matt Holland,Catherine Middleton,Denise Shortt

eBook Innovation Nation: Canadian Leadership from Java to Jurassic Park download ISBN: 0470832029
Author: Leonard Brody,Wendy Cukier,Ken Grant,Matt Holland,Catherine Middleton,Denise Shortt
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (October 29, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 256
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Catherine Middleton is Co-ordinator of the e-Business Minor within the Faculty of Business at Ryerson and an Assistant Professor in Ryerson's School of Information Management. Denise Shortt is a Harvard-educated writer and consultant.

Leonard Brody, Wendy Cukier, Ken Grant, Matt Holland, Catherine Middleton, Denise Shortt. Professor Cukier has presented and published over 100 papers and articles and is a regular contributor to the Globe and Mail's "Report on Business

Leonard Brody, Wendy Cukier, Ken Grant, Matt Holland, Catherine Middleton, Denise Shortt. Professor Cukier has presented and published over 100 papers and articles and is a regular contributor to the Globe and Mail's "Report on Business. Ken Grant is the director of the new School of Information Technology at Ryerson University, where he is responsible for the establishment and supervision of the School's administrative and academic operations. Prior to becoming part of the Ryerson community, Ken spent over 20 years in high-tech management consulting at KPMG and as a VP with .

Innovation Nation: Canadian Leadership from Java to Jurassic Park

Innovation Nation: Canadian Leadership from Java to Jurassic Park. by Leonard Brody, Wendy Cukier, and Ken Grant. This sets the stage for Innovation Nation, a new book designed to cut through traditional Canadian modesty and provide a window into the fibre, minds and makeup of over thirty Canadians whom the world needs to know. Through these profiles, readers will also come to understand how Canada as a nation helped shaped the thinking of these businesses.

Brody, Leonard, Wendy Cukier, Ken Grant, Matt Holland, Catherine Middleton, Denise Shortt,(2002) Innovation Nation: Canadian Leadership from Java to Jurassic Park. ISBN: 978-0-4rom Java to Jurassic Park, 2002Brotherton, P. (2011). Critical thinking a top skill for future leaders.

Innovation Nation Canadian Leadership from Java to Jurassic Park. Professor Cukier has presented and published over 100 papers and articles and is a regular contributor to the Globe and Mail's "Report on Business

Innovation Nation Canadian Leadership from Java to Jurassic Park. Authors: Brody Leonard, Cukier Wendy, Grant Ken, Holland Matt, Middleton Catherine, Shortt Denise.

Innovation Nation : Canadian Leadership from Java to Jurassic Park.

This sets the stage for Innovation Nation, a new book designed to cut through traditional Canadian modesty and provide a window into the fibre, minds and makeup of 30 Canadians. Readers will come to understand how Canada as a nation helped shape the thinking of these business minds.

From developing Java and the Blackberry to defining thespecifications for XML, Canadians have blazed trails in the world'smost innovative companies. Canadians have also risen to the top ofthe largest technology firms, providing a CEO for Yahoo!, JeffMallet, and eBay's first president, Jeff Skoll.

This sets the stage for Innovation Nation, a new bookdesigned to cut through traditional Canadian modesty and provide awindow into the fibre, minds and makeup of over thirty Canadianswhom the world needs to know. Demonstrating innovative thinking andentrepreneurial drive, these Canadians show themselves to be theleaders of today and tomorrow.

Through these profiles, readers will also come to understand howCanada as a nation helped shaped the thinking of these businesses.With strong qualities, Canada has the infrastructure necessary tocontinue fostering such leadership and emerge as the world'sInnovation Nation.

Comments: (4)
Molace
Maybe my expectations were too high for this book based on the interesting title and the long list of contributors. I found most of the information in this book to be news items. Anyone that follows technology in the news will not find much insight into this book. Also this book dragged on for me. I was reading it for fun, and it was a little slow.
If you are not very familiar with the internet and don't watch the news this book would be worthwhile. However, anyone who uses the internet and keeps up on the news won't get much out of it. All in all I'd say it's a sorry attempt by Brody to be the one to coin the term that defines what great innovations Canadians really are involved with.
Finally I think Brody is stuck in some fantasy of the Internet bubble. CEO of Ipreo - who is Ipreo anyways?
Doomblade
Watch out Michael Moore! This book lifts the veil on Canada's commitment and involvement in technology. Who knew?
I found the book well written and packed with a lot of very useful information... things that I was surprised to find out and as a Canadian, I should know. I was also impressed with the coherant contributions of so many authors.
In a nutshell, this is an important read for Canadians, Americans and anyone interested in business and technology.
Otiel
This book opened my eyes as to how much Canada has dominated the technology industry. It is well written and the profiles of the entrepreneurs provide solid business advice. The book fulfills two needs: 1. It brags about Canada's achievements (we need more of that) and, 2. Lays out the case for building solid companies. Buy this book, you will be very glad you did.
Lamranilv
I was given this book as a gift and I have to say it was truly uplifting. Well written, insightful and to the point. I have passed it on to several people. I would argue this is one of the most important Canadian books of the year.