CanCon Podcast Ep. 88: How fucked up is your startup management?

How Fucked Up is Your Management?

If 2017 has taught us nothing else, it’s that stories of poor management in tech are not exactly uncommon. This week, the CanCon podcast is solving the management crisis. Are we promoting the wrong people in tech, or do we just suck at teaching our managers how to lead? Johnathan Nightingale, co-founder of the Raw Signal Group and experienced tech executive, joins the podcast to teach us all a thing or two about what tech management really needs.

The conversation in Canada lately has focused on how we as a country can win. We have a booming tech ecosystem, but there is still some ground to cover before we catch and surpass the United States. Tony Lacavera, founder of Wind Mobile, has been a big proponent lately of Canadian protectionism. Does Canada have enough support?

Tune in as CanCon’s podcast crew – Erin Bury, Managing Director of Eighty-Eight, Rob Kenedi, TWG’s General Manager in New York and host of the amazing #smallrooms podcast, and Johnathan Nightingale, Co-founder of Raw Signal Group – lay out a plan to make Canada the world’s tech superpower.

Have some hot takes on the topics that we covered? Maybe you want to suggest something for a future podcast! Perhaps you have a burning question about something you read in tech news that we didn’t cover. Email us, post a comment below with the answer or question, or better yet, rate CanCon 5-stars on iTunes and post your thoughts there.

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CanCon Podcast Episode 88 (10/10/17)

Management training in tech is severely behind the times
Raw Signal Group
Jonathan and Melissa’s blog – The Co-pour
Buy the Nightingale’s book HERE

Canadian protectionism is creeping back into the picture
How We Can Win: And What Happens To Us And Our Country If We Don’t

BONUS: Hewitt, the podcast pup and CanCon mascot

Canadian Content music clip (under fair dealing): “That Don’t Impress Me Much” by Shania Twain

Robyn Edgar

Robyn Edgar

Robyn Edgar has a background in computer science, Arctic biology and bioinformatics, but she chose to leave the research world to bring science and tech to the public in the form of broadcast media. She's now BetaKit's resident audio producer. In her spare time, she volunteers at a campus radio station and practices her "old timey" radio voice impressions.