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This is Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, talking management for The Globe and Mail. Today, I am delighted to speak to Roger Martin, the former dean of the Rotman School [of Management at the University of Toronto] – one of Canada’s, in fact one of the world’s, top business thinkers. It is great to have him here today.
After facing repeated delays on its CSeries jet, Bombardier Aerospace is celebrating the on-time delivery of a new Challenger 350 business jet to Warren Buffett’s NetJets.
Senior female executives are better at collaboration, empathy, listening and are more sensible about risk, according to Karl Moore, associate professor at McGill's Desautels Faculty of Management. He tells Della Bradshaw that these skills are of growing importance in today's corporate world, and that men can learn them. Watch video: Financial Times
There’s no doubt about it: for many of us, the “traditional workplace” is a thing of the past. With the shift into digital — whether it’s telecommuting or starting a business — one thing is certain: we’re spending less time in the office elevator. And with that, fewer opportunities to get in front of the boss, chat up that potential client in the elevator, or wax poetic on the subtleties of Return On Assets to the CFO.
This Is Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, Talking Management for The Globe and Mail. Today I am delighted to speak to Michael Useem, from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.Read full article: The Globe and Mail
The CEO of a major multinational came to our McGill MBA CEO Insights class and told us that, as an introverted leader, he had to put on his “game face” whenever he left his floor. That is, if you want to be a CEO of a big company, you need to act like an extrovert, at times. After studying introverts in the C-Suite, I [Karl Moore] have come to the conclusion that extroverts, like myself, must put on our “game face” and act like an introvert at times, in order to be effective leaders.
This is Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, talking management for The Globe and Mail. Today, I am delighted to speak to a colleague from the London Business School, [Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship] Ioannis Ioannou. You have been looking at what is a sustainable company. What conclusions have you come to?
This is Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, talking management for The Globe and Mail. Today, I am delighted to speak to Mark Mortensen from [international business school] Insead.Read full article: The Globe and Mail
近日，加拿大2家最大航空公司均透露，随着夏季来临，航空旅游需求上升强劲，5月客流量增长超航空公司新增载客能力，航班经常满员。不断引进的新技术, 以及联邦政府对相关规定的修订，许多空中飞人已经开始发觉，现在航空公司从检票到行李安检都与过去有所不同。 ... 信用卡随时随地支付这一特点，使得机舱文化和空服人员职责也相应发生改变。麦吉尔大学教授摩尔（Karl Moore）说，航空公司想办法赚钱，现在空服随之多了机上出售餐点和免关税物品的职责，必要时还出售紧急过道座位。Read full article (in Chinese): Epoch Times
The federal government recently announced two new rules that are set to change the way Canadians experience the evolving world of air travel. ... “The role of the flight attendant has changed,” says Karl Moore, an aviation expert and professor at the Desautels faculty of management at McGill University.Read full article: Huffington Post Travel Canada
Professor Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University speaks to Insead business school professor Subramanian Rangan.Read full transcript: The Globe and Mail
Today is start of the Montreal Canadiens vs the New York Rangers series to decide which team goes on to the Stanley Cup final. This is a big deal in Montreal – we are a hockey mad city! It was last in 1993 that we had a cup grace our town. In this blog post I am delighted to speak with Pierre Boivin who spent 11 years as the CEO of the Montreal Canadiens and is now CEO of Claridge INC., the Bronfman Family office here in Montreal. -Article by Karl Moore
When you go from the minors to the big leagues the game really speeds up. Athletes often mention this with a sense of awe in their voice. Partly it is that they are playing with and against the “greats” of the game; they can’t believe they are on the ice with Martin St. Louis and PK. Partly it is that the game is simply and noticeably faster. I play beer league hockey and when I go to a Canadiens game I am always amazed at how much faster they are on the ice.
Women’s clothing retailer Jacob has filed for bankruptcy and will be liquidating inventory at all 92 of its stores across Canada in the coming weeks. Jamie Orchard talks with Karl Moore, a professor in McGill University’s Faculty of Management about Montreal’s retail industry. Watch full interview: Global Montreal, May 7, 2014
Professor Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University speaks to Michael Jacobides, associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship from the London Business School. Read full transcript: The Globe and Mail, May 13, 2014