A New Leadership Imperative For Canadian Business Leaders - with Joe Manget, Walid Hejazi and Dany Assaf
0:12 Show intro
0:48 Introducing the guests
1:39 What the book is about
1:47 Massive decline in Canada
2:24 How did the collaboration come about?
3:42 What did you learn from your research
3:59 Canada's productivity challenge
4:14 Widespread complacency
4:39 Went from 3rd prosperous to 15th
5:18 How we can move the needle
7:25 Every generation has to find a way to make tech improve our lives
8:03 Do Canadian leaders adopt this mindset?
10:01 Dichotomy between legacy protections and innovation
10:45 Average leading Canadian company 124 years
11:41 What are the incentives to innovate?
12:18 RIM example
14:17 Sustaining and disruptive technologies
14:47 KODAK example
16:28 Canadian examples
17:07 Open banking
19:17 What if a country is a platform?
19:57 Starlink at the cottage
20:41 Example of Armenian car sales
21:37 Your moat is not as secure as you think
22:09 Don't think of Tech as a threat
24:14 Aerospace industry
25:38 What's going on in the healthcare industry?
26:12 Cable company - video on demand example
28:29 AI for radiology
30:25 Barriers to Canadian innovation
31:46 Advice on pushing through barriers in Canada?
32:09 Hard to find leadership talent in Canada
33:07 What do successful leaders do?
33:20 Vision of the leader
37:15 You can be your own leader
37:55 The opportunity gaps exist
39:01 Atomized mindset
39:27 Creative destruction lab
40:59 20 Billion in capital raised
41:18 Bart summarizes
42:33 Don't accept the status quo
43:07 A Lot can change in 50 years
44:12 Lots of uncertainty -- and opportunity
45:08 Thank yous
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