Senior Vice-President, Office of the CEO
John Stackhouse is a nationally bestselling author and one of Canada’s leading voices on innovation and economic disruption. He is senior vice-president in the Office of the CEO at Royal Bank of Canada, leading the organization’s research and thought leadership on economic, technological and social change.
Previously, John was editor-in-chief of the Globe and Mail and editor of Report on Business. He is a senior fellow at the C.D. Howe Institute and the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy and sits on the boards of Queen’s University, the Aga Khan Foundation of Canada and the Literary Review of Canada.
John’s latest book, Planet Canada: How Our Expats Are Shaping the Future, explores the untapped resource of the millions of Canadians who don’t live in Canada but exert their influence from afar.
If there is one lesson from the pandemic of 2020, it may be this: We are biological beings in a digital age.
John Stackhouse asks Layla El Asri, a research manager at Microsoft, about human’s roles in solving AI Bias and the societal and ethical implications.
Canada is facing a critical shortage of skilled tradespeople. We can deepen the talent pool by recruiting, training and mentoring women.
Agriculture could add another $11B to Canada’s GDP and make the sector more productive than auto manufacturing and aerospace combined.
Even sectors previously thought to be safe are now grappling with disruption. Here are six tips on how boards in Canada can prepare.
Artificial intelligence is one of the most disruptive forces changing our world- but its using outdated values to do so.
RBC Economics looks at three scenarios for oil and gas development over the next decade.
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