Siemens Canada is a $2 billion company with 4,000 employees. In Ontario, the company has two very strong operations in the Digital Industries sector – cyber security (Vaughan) and measurement instruments (Peterborough). Joris Myny, Senior Vice-President, Digital Industries, focused on digital transformation within Industry 4.0 at our most recent CEO Dialogue.
Ontario Global 100 has prudently decided to postpone all OG100 programming up to and including the Symposium and Gala: Seizing Canada’s Advantage which was slated for May 1 – 3 in Ottawa.
This year’s Symposium will explore how being Canadian can give businesses a competitive edge both home and abroad. The event features a line-up of dynamic speakers sharing insights into some of the most pressing issues for global business in 2020. Here are some highlights:
Michael McCain and Maple Leaf Foods Inc hosted OG100 Members at our final CEO Dialogue of the year. Read the highlights here, including Michael’s thoughts on generational transfers, transparency in the workplace and strategic decision making.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada operates plants in Cambridge and Woodstock, employing approximately 8,000 team members across the two sites. TMMC produces 550,000-560,000 vehicles/year in Canada, running a two-shift model, Monday-Friday. @Fred Volf (OG100 Member) graciously hosted a CEO Dialogue and gave us an inside look at the Lexus plant in Cambridge last week…
We sat down with John Pigott, CEO of one of the largest coffee roasters in North America. Since 1906, Club has built a reputation for quality and sustainable innovation and the company is now the leader in plant-based, compostable single-serve coffee pods. John talked about his journey of growth in a short time, change management, […]