Cindy Gordon

As a key advisor, entrepreneur and accomplished speaker Dr. Cindy Gordon focusses on leading corporations into the new millennium with confidence and a lifetime of experience. Her experience includes working with notable corporations such as Amdocs, Bell Canada, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Microsoft, MTS Allstream, Blackberry|RIM, Royal Bank of Canada, SAP, Siemens, TD Bank of Canada, Xerox to name a few.   Dr. Gordon also sits on many boards as an advisor and has lead many not-for-profit boards such as: National Director for Canadian Advanced Technology Association (CATA), Vice Chair for iCanada (Intelligent Cities), Past Executive Director of The Canadian Stage; Past Chairperson for The United Way; and a Past Chair for Women in Technology (CANWIT) and many more.   She has also been an active mentor for the University of Rotman Business School MBA graduates.

Dr. Gordon is well published in business innovation strategies with over twelve books in the field of collaboration commerce, knowledge management, innovation, electronic commerce, and social media.

Cindy has recently published a new book, “Business Goes Virtual” which examines four virtual business strategies that are showing unprecedented opportunity.

Other recent books include;  Winning at Collaboration Commerce:  The Next Competive Advantage, Why Buy the Cow?, and Realizing the Importance of Corporate Portals.

In addition, The University of Western Business School’s book “Women in the Lead,” profiled Dr. Gordon as one of the top women in Canada for her corporate governance leadership.