Posts Tagged: change

EEDC looks to deliver “monumental value” with new energy, identity, and purpose

When Brad Ferguson took over as President & CEO at Edmonton Economic Development Corporation (EEDC) in the summer of 2012, he knew things had to change. Even though Edmonton’s economic growth remained strong, many leaders throughout the city felt that EEDC could be doing more. Even City Council had begun to lose confidence in the… Reads more »

A Theory On Technological Innovation

I’m currently taking an Economics course (ECON 222) at the University of Alberta entitled “Economic Growth, Technology, and Institutions.” I find it very interesting, which is hardly surprising given my liberal use of technology and the number of economics courses I have taken as part of my Computing Science degree. As a result, I like… Reads more »

How To Deal With Change

Speaking of change, Keith over at the wonderful To-Done! blog had this to say today: Even small changes, like a rip-roarin’ summer, can throw us out of balance. Sometimes it’s as simple as a routine, or good habit, being broken. If enough time has passed and enough disruption has occurred, it can be hard to… Reads more »