Barriers and Benefits to Entrepreneurial Thinking in Government
The Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and The School of Public Policy are proud to invite you to a two-part online discussion on the opportunities and challenges of entrepreneurial thinking in government.
The first part of the series took place on September 22 with Mariana Mazzucato, a global thought leader on innovation and one of Bloomberg’s ‘50 ones to watch’ for 2019. The discussion explored how entrepreneurial public actors can work to ensure strategic innovation-led growth and economic value creation, and conversely, what can hinder them from doing so. View a recording of this engaging discussion here.
Part two of the series will examine how we foster long-term economic growth in Calgary and Alberta. An expert panel will present concrete ideas on how the public sector and policy innovators can work together to help spur a value-added economy in a tough climate of low oil prices and post-COVID recovery.
Two-Part Online Series
Part Two - Thursday, October 1, 2020
Expert Panel Discussion
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. MDT
- Moderator - Dan Wicklum, President and CEO, The Transition Accelerator
- Jim Dewald, Dean, Haskayne School of Business and Associate Professor, Strategy and Entrepreneurship, University of Calgary
- Carol Ann Hilton, CEO, The Indigenomics Institute
- Marcia Nelson, Board Member, Alberta Blue Cross, and Executive Fellow, The School of Public Policy and Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary
- Jason Ribeiro, Director of Strategy, Calgary Economic Development
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