Both music and business demand improvisational skills and collective action

Published: 12 January 2023

Even if executives solicit employee feedback, they don’t necessarily have the skills to enter into a dialogue about it. Being able to think on your feet is an important skill in a leader, and Prof....

Air Canada cuts Calgary-Saskatchewan service in profit-motivated move

Published: 11 January 2023

Air Canada is discontinuing direct flights between Calgary, and Saskatchewan’s two largest cities. The move will leave travellers from Regina and Saskatoon with fewer options, but is a savvy...

Eco-fashion brand Ecova tells the stories behind its green initiatives

Published: 21 December 2022

Positive storytelling can encourage consumers to make better, more eco-conscious choices. That’s the vision the Stephanie Beaulieu (MBA’22) shared with Karl Moore in an article for

Green energy not yet mature enough to solve Europe’s energy crisis

Published: 6 December 2022

Europe’s energy crisis has highlighted the gap between the green energy production that we want, and the fossil fuel energy infrastructure that we actually have. When Russia cuts off the flow of...

Air Canada is again named best North American airline, but competition is limited

Published: 6 December 2022

U.S.-based magazine Global Traveler has named Air Canada the best airline in North America for the fourth year in a row, but this honour is a relative one, according to Prof. Karl Moore. According...

Onex CEO Gerry Schwartz brought New York City thinking to Bay Street  

Published: 25 November 2022

Gerry Schwartz founded Onex Corporation in 1984, and after nearly four decades at the helm, he grew the company in to one of Canada’s largest private equity and venture capital firms. Now, Schwartz...

Understaffed airlines are less able to recover from delays

Published: 17 November 2022

The return of mass air travel has encountered some turbulence, to say the least. Lengthy delays and lost luggage are ubiquitous, even as air travellers often pay a premium for flights. At least 240...

Quantum tech is closer to commercialization, but few have the knowhow to commercialize it

Published: 14 November 2022

Quantum technology has largely been confined to the lab, but it is moving ever closer to the world of business, writes Karl Moore in With $35.5 billion in government and business...

Médecins Sans Frontières brought business innovations to charitable giving

Published: 14 November 2022

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) introduced a new business model for charitable giving. “We were the first ones to create the regular donation model," said Dr. Joanne Liu (MDCM'91, IMHL'14, DSc'16),...


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