By Jeff Sanford Toronto, Ontario — April 24, 2016 — The hype around automatic vehicles (AVs) is rapidly building up. Participants of the first Canadian conference dedicated to AVs outlined a coming economic utopia based on the rise of a new digital mobility economy. “There has never been a product quite like this,” said one […]
By Andrew Shepherd Globalization is one of those lofty concepts that gets studied in second year Political Economy courses. Over the post-war decades and into the internet age markets have become homogenized (the Coca-Cola effect) and production has moved to lower-cost regions to meet those common market demands.
By Andrew Shepherd In the last few articles we have looked at the training imperative: the technical changes driving an increased emphasis on collision repair training, and the need to implement a learning culture in our organizations. We went on to outline some of the “mechanics” of choosing and delivering training.