ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: TEDxRyersonU – Sheldon Levy – Innovation and Entrepreneurship: A New Direction for Universities

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: TEDxRyersonU – Sheldon Levy – Innovation and Entrepreneurship: A New Direction for Universities

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Sheldon Levy, President and Vice-Chancellor of Ryerson University, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, speaks about the cultures of innovation and how Canada and its universities need to stop “innovation renting”.

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One Reply to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: TEDxRyersonU – Sheldon Levy – Innovation and Entrepreneurship: A New Direction for Universities”

  1. What a nice pile of speak easy crap.  "What Canada needs are  young people to boil our blood".  Canadian history clearly shows that small ideas stay small for the reason that industry leaders, MBA's who are for the majority CEO and decision makers, in fact decide on the exact opposite of innovation.  MBA, Management By Assholes.  Cdn business deciders keep the status quo.  Nothing more.

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