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Les angles morts des enterprises

Written by Professor Estelle Metayer

Les entreprises ont de nombreux angles morts, ces zones non visibles d'où peut provenir le danger. Elles peuvent pourtant s'en prémunir. par Estelle Metayer, professeure adjointe à McGill University.

Read full article: La Tribune, February 9, 2014

Published: 16Feb2015

Safe Driving for Fast Companies

Written by Professor Estelle Metayer

MONTREAL – In a car, blind spots are the areas of the road that the rearview and side-view mirrors do not show. A driver must constantly be aware of them – and of the potentially deadly perils they can conceal. Businesses can have blind spots, too – and they can be equally costly, causing companies to overinvest in risky ventures or fail to take advantage of emerging opportunities. Successful leaders are careful to identify their company's blind spots and introduce mechanisms to ensure that no harm will come from them.

Published: 16Feb2015

Five tips for building your social media brand

Written by Estelle Metayer

This New Year’s Eve, as you celebrate with friends and reflect on a resolution to make, why not commit to launching yourself into the social media world?

Read full article: The Globe and Mail, December 21, 2014

Published: 20Jan2015

Networking tips for the busy parent

Being able to meet new people, expand your connections, and build personal rapport is a key element in business today. But anyone who struggles with balancing career and family knows well the challenge of finding time for networking.

... Estelle Metayer (@Competia) is the principal and founder of Competia, a leadership and strategy consulting firm, and is an adjunct professor with McGill University’s leadership business programs.

Published: 14Oct2014

Deux profs de McGill parmi les 50 profs de gestion à suivre sur Twitter

Qui sont les 50 professeurs de management les plus pertinents sur Twitter ? Pas évident de dresser une telle liste. L’Américain David Burkus, auteur, professeur et blogueur spécialisé en management a plongé.

Published: 22Aug2014

Top Professors on Twitter

On the LDRLB podcast (@LDRLB), we draw much of our content from the research and writings of the world’s top professors. Most are from business schools, others from a variety of fields relevant to leading organizations. 

Published: 15Aug2014

Nine habits leaders need to break

“Keep learning” is the mantra of modern management. You have to keep up with the constant stream of new information, new technology, new paradigms – new everything. But sometimes one of the keys to progress is “unlearning.” Dumping old skills and habits is often more valuable than learning new ones. Here’s my list of the top things that managers need to unlearn immediately.

Published: 13Jun2014