Alex Lowy is a seasoned strategy advisor, writer and educator. For the last 12 years, he has taught courses in critical thinking and problem solving at a number of business schools in Toronto, Hamilton and the Maritimes. He has written and/or co-authored four business books that tackle questions of best practices in complex circumstances. Two of these examine the implications of evolving digital technologies for organizational strategy and effectiveness. He has worked extensively in both the public and private sectors, and for 10 years helped to create and lead a digital economy think tank called the Alliance for Converging Technologies. Alex has served on several boards, including his local Jewish community, The Danforth Jewish Circle, and, The Canadian Psychiatric Research Foundation. He is delighted to be able to contribute to the important and timely work of Neshama.