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Members of the Business/Higher Education Roundtable lead the national conversations on how learning and workplace readiness can build a stronger Canada and a better world. The following are a sample of recent op-eds and articles written by Roundtable members, which have appeared in publications across the country.

The future of work and learning

This is an excerpt from an article written by Richard Florizone, president of Dalhousie University and Alex Usher,?president of Higher Education Strategy Associates. It can be read in full at The Chronicle?Herald.?

Why youth skills development must go national now

This is an excerpt from an article written by the Business/Higher Education Roundtable co-chairs,??Waterloo, and can be read in full at The Globe and Mail.?

 

Our biggest trading relationship is under a …

Creating wealth from technology is about more than filing patents

This is an excerpt from an article written by?Feridun Hamdullahpur, President and?Vice-Chancellor at the University of Waterloo, and can be read in full at The Globe and Mail.?

Since the World Economic Forum defined the Fourth Industrial Revolution in 2016, the worlds of academia, technology, finance and policy-making have been flooded with talk about exciting things seemingly from science-fiction. Nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, self-driving cars and robots.

However, yesterday’s science fiction is becoming today’s reality. Our economy is increasingly being driven by ideas and intellectual property that are …

For the sake of our kids, invest in tech talent now

Excerpt from an article by Kevin Peesker, President of Microsoft Canada, in The Globe an Mail.

We are only at the beginning of a tech-skills shortage. Canada’s tech industry must work closely with academia and

How universities can prepare workers for the coming technological tsunami

An excerpt from an article written by Suzanne Fortier,?principal and vice-chancellor of McGill University.? Dr. Fortier is a member of the World Economic Forum’s?Global University Leaders Forum and Canada’s Advisory Council on

We must do more now to prepare young people for the future of work

An excerpt from an article by Dave McKay, President and CEO of RBC, and chair of BHER’s work-integrated learning taskforce. This article originally appeared in The Globe and Mail. Read the full publication?here.

Building WIL programs isn’t an exercise in corporate philanthropy – it’s a smart way for businesses to get ahead

 

This is an excerpt from an article originally appeared in the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance’s?Educated Solutions journal. Read the full publication here.?Written by Isabelle Duchaine, BHER Manager.

Apprenticeships, co-ops, internships or …

It’s human skills – not technical skills – that we need the most in today’s work force

We are living in a fourth industrial revolution – millions of jobs in sectors as diverse as transportation, manufacturing, and retail have the potential of being automated. A recent report by the Brookfield Institute for …

Polytechnics are the missing link in the automation revolution

This is an excerpt from an article written by?Daniel Komesch of Polytechnics Canada, and can be read in full at?The Globe and Mail.

Automation has become a scary word lately. As new technologies proliferate, unease and uncertainty surround the labour market of the future. Will jobs be destroyed? Created? Can a robot really replace what I do? What kind of career should my child pursue if we don’t know what the jobs of the future will look like? How can I retrain?

If new studies are to …

Uber’s new Toronto research hub is a big win for Canada

An excerpt from an article written by Dr. Meric Gertler, President of the University of Toronto. It can be read in full at?The Globe and Mail0.

For too long, we have watched our best …

Canada can’t afford to lose a generation of top research talent

An excerpt from an aericle written by Elizabeth Cannon, President of the University of Calgary. Read in full at?The Globe and Mail.

Prove it.

It’s a schoolyard taunt that can shut down a …

Linking the classroom and the workplace

An excerpt from an article written by?Anne Sado, President of George Brown College, Elizabeth Cannon, President of the University of Calgary, and Tom Jenkins, Chair of the Board of OpenText. Together, they co-chair the

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Excerpt from an article written by Eric Bosco,?chief business development officer at Mitacs, a national, not-for-profit organization that connects top-level research with private-sector needs.?The full version appears on?The Globe and Mail.

After attending the recent Science Technology for Society (STS) forum in Kyoto, Japan, it was clear to me that Canada is poised to teach the world a thing or two about partnerships. While other countries are finding the effort frustrating and, for the most part, are failing to yield the fruit of their collaboration attempts, …

A 21st-Century Economy Needs 21st-Century Labour Market Data

An excerpt from an article by Nobina Robinson, CEO of Polytechnics Canada. Read in full?on?Huffington?Post.

“We have a 21st century economy, so why do we have a 20th century labour market?” This is the question posed on the homepage of Boston-based Burning Glass, a private firm that analyzes 40,000 websites daily in an attempt to determine where job market opportunities exist and what talent is needed to fill them. The goal is to close the skills gap in the United States by matching skills to …

Southern Ontario should be an innovation cluster, not a farm team

An excerpt from an article by Patrick Deane, President of McMaster University, Meric Gertler, President of the University of Toronto, and Feridun Hamdullahpur, President of the University of Waterloo. Read in full on The Globe and Mail.?

 

A Silicon Valley serial entrepreneur recently asked a stark question whose answer holds major implications for our future prosperity.

At the Waterloo Innovation Summit in September, Steve Blank pointedly wondered whether we should be content to let Southern Ontario be a farm team, continuing to leak talent, ideas and companies south to …

For students and employers, co-op education is a bridge to a wider world

An excerpt from an article written by Dave McKay, President and CEO of RBC. Read in full on The Globe and Mail.

When I enrolled as a computer science student at the University of Waterloo …