Strategy & Organization

Managing personalities is key to leadership success, says Moore

Published: 26Mar2021

Professor Karl Moore continues his deep dive into the leadership style of introverts and extroverts in the workplace. Although extroverts may appear to be a more natural fit for leadership roles in...

Beyond Uberization: The co-constitution of technology and organizing

Published: 24Mar2021

Authors: Samer Faraj, and S. PachidiPublication: Organization Theory, Volume 2, Issue 1, March 2021, Pages 1-14.Abstract:

The New Food Truck in Town: Geographic Communities and Authenticity-Based Entrepreneurship

Published: 24Mar2021

Authors: T. Schifeling and Daphne DemetryPublication: Organization Science, Volume 32, Issue 1, January 2021, Pages 133-155.Abstract:

Make Way for the Algorithms: Symbolic Actions and Change in a Regime of Knowing

Published: 24Mar2021

Authors: S. Pachidi, H. Berends, Samer Faraj, and M. HuysmanPublication: Organization Science, Volume 32, Issue 1, January 2021, Pages 18-41.

Pandemic-related shifts will cost Canadian airlines

Published: 18Mar2021

CBC News explores five pandemic-induced issues on the one-year anniversary of the World Health Organization’s pandemic declaration. Airlines were hit particularly hard from March 2020 onwards, but...

The recipe for success

Published: 18Mar2021

Professor Karl Moore recently spoke with Ola Källenius, Chairman of the Board for Mercedes Benz, about the recipe for success in the business world. By listening to the needs of his team and...

Takeaways from CEO virtual visit to McGill

Published: 12Mar2021

Professor Karl Moore shares the key insights he gleaned from a recent virtual event connecting McGill MBA students with 50 CEOs....

The power of ambiversion

Published: 4Mar2021

In a world of emergent strategy, where more levels of an organization are involved in strategic decisions than ever, Professor Karl Moore points to the value of ambiversion in leadership. Naturally...

Montreal workers tired of working remotely

Published: 4Mar2021

The novelty and convenience of remote work has worn off for many Montrealers, according to new survey results released by Montreal Centre-Ville and the Urban Development Institute. The majority of...


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