Recently, several members of the CI Fellows organization, Dr. Tom Tao, Dr. Craig Fleisher and Dr. Brad Ashton (a whole lot of doctors!) presented a fascinating discussion (you can watch the video at the bottom) on what is called Competitive Technical Intelligence, or CTI. Now, before you say, “that’s not me!/for me!”, don’t jump out just yet... in fact, if you have a company with some sort of technology that you develop or use, it probably is very much for you.
At a time when diversity and inclusion are a growing, and overdue, part of the public and business world discourse, so too is awareness of and support for the rights of the LGBTQ2S+ community. As we mark International Pride Month, it reminds us that so much progress has been made, and yet so much more needs to be done.
When I was working at Apex Industries, I had an opportunity to learn a lot about doors. For those of you that don't know, Apex Industries, headquartered in Moncton, N.B., is one the leading manufacturers globally for a number of items, including security doors. More specifically, they do some fascinating work with bullet-resistant doors and windows.