In an interview with Professor Karl Moore, award-winning business journalist Duff McDonald shares his take on the shortcomings of Harvard Business School, as well as other comparable institutions, in shaping enlightened businesspeople who act in the best interest of society.
In his recent book, The Golden Passport, McDonald makes the case that business education should instill the importance of making the world a better place first and foremost.
Professor Karl Moore shares his perspective with The New York Times about the United States International Trade Commission’s decision to reject the proposed 300% tariffs on Bombardier’s CSeries aircraft.
After fearing the worst from the impending ruling, Quebec and Canada greeted this decision with great relief.
As Professor Moore shares, “Boeing, Airbus, and Bombardier all get a lot of financial support…it is the nature of the game.”
Desautels Professor Karl Moore extends his input on Air Canada’s safety review plans after their narrow escapes last year, indicating his understanding of the situation and providing plausible explanations for the slip-ups.
In the past, miscommunication between the flight crew and the tower instructions just missed what could have yielded disastrous landings.
Professor Karl Moore interviews CEO and son of the Founder of ALDO, David Bensadoun on what it means to work your way up the ranks and prove yourself on your own terms.
David further discusses the challenges and opportunities that the fashion industry faces and how ALDO is leveraging recent technological advances to ensure long-term survival.
Desautels Professor Karl Moore sits down with Mark Shapiro, CEO of the Toronto Blue Jays, to explore the blurred lines between running a sports team and a business.
Shapiro started as a cubicle dweller with no official job title and a low pay in his initial years in the sports industry.
Professor Karl Moore interviews CEO and Founder of Indigo Books to discuss Indigo’s business strategy and survival methods in a rapidly evolving and competitive industry.
Reisman discusses the challenges and successes faced over the years and reveals the strategy behind transforming Indigo stores into a cultural space, rather than a typical bookstore.
Desautels Professor Karl Moore makes an appearance on BNN to comment on the possibility of the U.S. pulling out of NAFTA and offers his expert advice on business strategy for businesses if this were to prevail.
He discusses the consequences that this move may have on the world, including on Canada, as well as on free trade and business growth.
Professor Karl Moore interviews CEO and Secretary General of the Canadian Red Cross on leading with urgency through the worst situations.
After investing multiple years in community work and being involved with many health and social service committees, Conrad Sauvé reveals his leadership motivations and vision.
Bombardier and Boeing are readying to make their cases in front of a major trade tribunal over the proposed 300 per cent tariffs on the C-Series planes.
According to Desautels Professor Karl Moore, Boeing will likely struggle to convince the US International Trade Commission to impose such heavy duties, as there is no tenable evidence that the C-Series, an order they did not even compete for, harmed Boeing’s business.
With nearly three-quarters of employers planning to hire recent college graduates in 2017, the highest rate since 2007, a recent article lists the eleven most sought-after skills that students should try to master before entering the job market.
Occupying the fifth position on this list are leadership skills, which are best developed through volunteer work, according to Professor Karl Moore.
Other skills listed are: written communication, creative thinking, and teamwork.
Rita-Rose Gagné (EMBA’12) is the Executive Vice-president of Growth Markets at Ivanhoé Cambridge, a global commercial real estate firm.
In an interview with Desautels professor Karl Moore, she reveals some of her formative experiences from her early years, the key to working across cultures, and how her leadership style has evolved to encompass strategy and long-term vision.
For Vito Piazza, President and Founding Partner of Sid Lee Toronto, strategy and storytelling are virtually intertwined.
Piazza recently joined Desautels professor Karl Moore’s The CEO Series to chat about the four pillars that transcend all activities at Sid Lee, namely strategy, creativity, account leadership, and production, as well as how he approaches leading a team of experts.
At the end of the day, Piazza reflects that the shared victories are what he enjoys most as a leader.