Interview by Karl Moore
Justin Trudeau is inextricably associated with his father, the great Canadian Prime Minister, Pierre Trudeau. But, that doesn’t mean he hasn’t made a name for himself. Justin was also raised by two people—his father, and his Anglophone, Vancouver-born mother, Margaret.
Listen to the interview: CJAD, July 22, 2015
Karl Moore, Professor of Business Strategy, McGill University discusses the hurdles Bombardier faces and why he says it's inappropriate to compare Bombardier with other Canadian corporate titans that have fallen from grace.
Read full article: BBN, July 24, 2015
Dan Shapiro teve uma luz em 2012, quando percebeu que deveria fazer algo para combater o sexismo infiltrado em sua área de atuação profissional.
... Mas a mudança de mentalidade tem que partir da gerência. "São os chefes quem têm que assegurar que as mulheres com filhos sejam valorizadas como todos os outros funcionários", diz Karl Moore, professor de estratégia e organização na Desautels, a escola de negócios da Universidade McGill, em Montreal, no Canadá.
Read full article (in Brazillian Portuguese): BBC Brazil, July 23, 2015
Written by Professors Henry Mintzberg and Karl Moore
We Canadians may be tough guys on the ice, but off it, we’re wimps. We have allowed ourselves to lose control of our own game.
Read full article: The Globe and Mail, June 4, 2015
This is Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, with Talking Management for The Globe and Mail. Today I am delighted to speak to Julian Birkinshaw from the London Business School.
Read full transcript: The Globe and Mail, June 2, 2015
Karl Moore speaks with Principal emerita Heather Munroe-Blum, on leadership and her ten years as Principal of McGill: Heather Munroe-Blum had a formative childhood. Raised by her single mother and suffering from Polio, she has a deep appreciation for the public services Canada provides. Her background in social work and epidemiology has afforded her a colorful and varied career in education, research and wealth management. She is symbolic of strong female leadership and has left her mark on McGill, and the Canadian higher education system as a whole.
Dr. Karl Moore from McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management joins us at the roundtable to discuss his Hot Cities Tour with students, the impact of the weaker Loonie on cross-border tourism, and the closing of Target stores across Canada.
Omar Allam was just 32 years old and already he’d climbed a significant portion of the steep government bureaucracy ladder at the Foreign Affairs Department.