26 07, 2013

Canadian Business Tips: Get All Your Employees to Ask Questions

2013-07-26T10:25:06+00:00July 26th, 2013|Canadian Business Tips|

According to Hal Gregersen, a leadership and innovation professor at INSEAD and co-author of the book "The Innovator's DNA," asking questions is a practical tool to help you come up with new ideas, solve problems, and gain different perspectives. To that end, Gregersen developed a questioning method, which he calls "Catalytic Questioning." In a recent article in the Harvard Business Review,

18 07, 2013

Business to Business Growing in Canada

2013-07-18T00:07:16+00:00July 18th, 2013|Uncategorized|

Canada's top tech firms, with the exception of two of them, all have something in common. It isn't some technological revolution they're all in on, or some obscure machine that's changing the landscape, or even a brand new software that's letting some companies pull their sales and success above the competition. What they all have

17 07, 2013

Customer Case Study: Uniglobe Donaldson Travel

2013-07-17T15:23:21+00:00July 17th, 2013|Uncategorized|

When the phones are down in a travel agency, it's not an inconvenience, it's a disaster. Staying in touch with clients is the lifeblood of any travel agency. Agents must be instantly accessible with their customers wherever they are in the world keeping them up to date on specials, deals, travel tips and imaginative alternatives.

5 07, 2013

Taking a Ride for Heart & Stroke

2013-07-05T16:32:18+00:00July 5th, 2013|Uncategorized|

  To help support vital life-saving research of the Heart & Stroke Foundation, 28 volunteers from Fibernetics, NEWT™ & Worldline rode in the stifling heat In the short time it took to complete the ride, somewhere in Canada TWO people suffered a stroke. For how you can help with the Heart & Stroke Foundation, click

4 07, 2013

It's a "rare" thing – Fibernetics pitches in to clean up a Cambridge treasure

2013-07-04T14:28:39+00:00July 4th, 2013|Uncategorized|

Fibernetics' head office is in Cambridge Ontario, part of the “Tech Triangle” that also includes Kitchener and Waterloo. Located petty much right in the middle of Southern Ontario, Cambridge is divided in two by the Grand River, and on the western shore through a large portion of the city is therare Charitable Research Reserve, a Central