Karl Moore

How theatre can inform entrepreneurs

Published: 29May2017

In a recent piece for Forbes, Professor Karl Moore details three leadership lessons from the theatre world that entrepreneurs can take to heart....

Introverts, extroverts and game-face: how good leadership takes a mix of traits

Published: 29May2017

Desautels Professor Karl Moore recently appeared on Global News to talk about the difference between introverts, extroverts, and ambiverts....

Management and the millennial challenge

Published: 19May2017

A recent episode of Desautels Professor Karl Moore’s The CEO Series podcast takes a deep-dive into a subject at the top of many a manager’s mind: millennial workers, their needs, and the management...

How introverted managers can best interact with extroverted employees

Published: 19May2017

In an article for Thinkers 50, Desautels Professor Karl Moore discusses how introverted managers can best direct extroverts....

AMT rejects Bombardier bid for new train cars, goes with Chinese firm

Published: 18May2017

At one point, Bombardier would have been a shoo-in for the contract to build new commuter-train cars for Montreal’s Agence Métropolitaine de Transport, but not this time....

Air Canada moves to a new loyalty program after 2020

Published: 16May2017

After 2020, Air Canada plans to be running its own in-house loyalty program instead of sticking with Aeroplan. So, what does that mean?...

WestJet pilots vote to unionize

Published: 16May2017

The last time WestJet’s pilots voted on unionization, only 45 per cent were in favour — but times change....

Public pressure, executive chairman resignation come among wider troubles for Bombardier

Published: 15May2017

Ballooning C Series costs, job losses and government cash all played into the recent investor revolt at Bombardier, but running underneath are other problems: The C Series is picking up steam after...

Public outcry prompts Pierre Beaudoin to give up Bombardier executive role

Published: 15May2017

Public demonstrations and a shareholder revolt weren’t enough to keep Bombardier chairman Pierre Beaudoin from re-election, though he has stepped back from his former executive role....

For Quebecers, Bombardier’s shine has worn off

Published: 15May2017

By all accounts, Quebecers have had it with Bombardier, and they showed it during the company’s annual meeting last week. After months of bad news, culminating in government bailouts and 14,000...

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