Canadians already understand that innovation of all kinds is critical to our country’s future prosperity. The competition is fierce, social, political and economic issues are urgent, and the challenges ahead are formidable. Our response will require much more than the contributions of individual innovators and companies, and must include communities, institutions and government.

Ilse Treurnicht explored models for collaboration - between silos of specialization, and the cultures of academe, business, and the public sector - as we embark on a shared journey towards a resilient innovation nation.

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"Innovators in Action" Speaker Series - Summer 2010

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The SiG@Waterloo "Innovators in Action" Speaker Series, will apply the ideas of social innovation to a number of specific sectors and issues - education, youth mentorship, inclusion, collaboration and cultural change.

Each of the keynote speakers will


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The SiG@Waterloo "Innovators in Action" Speaker Series, will apply the ideas of social innovation to a number of specific sectors and issues - education, youth mentorship, inclusion, collaboration and cultural change.

Each of the keynote speakers will share their experiences of operating at the national level to identify and address the root causes of intractable social challenges. Each keynote lecture will be followed by a local panel discussion who will share their reflections on the presentation and offer insight into their own experiences.

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