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Why Simple is the new Smart

by: Paul Dowsett, SUSTAINABLE.TO Architecture + Building Months after 2005’s Hurricane Katrina, Toronto architect Paul Dowsett journeyed to New Orleans to see for himself the impact of the deadly storm and flooding on the area’s housing stock. At first, he was surprised to see that many century-old homes had remained habitable after months of no power, while newer buildings, riddled with mold, had to be condemned. Looking more closely, he realized the older homes, designed before [...]

May 4th, 2018|Insights|

Predictable Revenue: Using AI To Accelerate Top Line Revenue Growth

by: Cindy Gordon, PhD., CEO and Founder, SalesChoice Inc. This is an age where sales professionals must continuously coordinate with diverse stakeholders, while managing unexpected risks, market or customer changes, ‒ all within a finite time period. So how can Chief Revenue Officers (CROs) ensure a sales forecasting outcome that is consistently accurate? The trick is to bring greater accuracy in sales planning practices, reducing the inconsistencies, and leveraging tools and practices that you can trust. Predictive [...]

March 14th, 2018|Insights|

Better cities with shared, electric and self-driving cars

Society didn’t do enough thinking around the impact of the first cars. This time, we can make sure new technology actually builds more livable cities. Self-driving technology is advancing quickly, more than almost anyone would have imagined only a few years ago. Considering how central cars are to our daily life, it is understandable that autonomous vehicles have become the focal point of many policy conferences and government studies. These discussions on self-driving typically deal with [...]

February 26th, 2018|Insights|