Strategy & Organization

Five Types of Extrovert Breaks

Published: 10Oct2019

Author: Karl Moore Publication: Wharton Leadership Digest, Summer Issue 2019 Abstract:

Professors Matthew Corritore and John-Paul Ferguson awarded 2019 SSHRC Insight Development Grant

Published: 10Oct2019

Matthew Corritore, Assistant Professor in Strategy & Organization, and John-Paul Ferguson, Assistant Professor in Organizational Behavior, awarded 2019 SSHRC Insight Development Grant

To succeed, leaders must evolve

Published: 9Oct2019

Yves Daccord, CEO of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), sits down with Professor Karl Moore to share his insights on developing a flexible leadership style to confront the reality...

A case for managing with heart

Published: 9Oct2019

In his new book, Bedtime Stories for Managers, Desautels Professor Henry Mintzberg criticizes the soulless, disengaged style of management that’s infecting the modern workplace and points to a...

Professor Arvind Karunakaran awarded 2019 SSHRC Insight Development Grant

Published: 9Oct2019

Arvind Karunakaran, Assistant Professor in Strategy & Organization, awarded 2019 SSHRC Insight Development Grant

Professor Daphne Demetry awarded 2019 SSHRC Insight Development Grant

Published: 9Oct2019

Daphne Demetry, Assistant Professor in Strategy & Organization, awarded 2019 SSHRC Insight Development Grant

Business success hinges on trust

Published: 8Oct2019

In an interview with Professor Karl Moore, McGill alumnus David Hopkinson, the global director of partnerships for the Spanish soccer club Real Madrid and former sales manager for the Maple Leaf...

Delve: What the Future of Work Holds in the Age of the Learning Algorithm

Published: 7Oct2019

What will your workplace be like in the age of the learning algorithm? New research from Professor Samer Faraj explains why the current technological revolution is unlike any other we’ve seen and...

Think small to go big

Published: 26Sep2019

Are you a big picture or a details person? Professor Henry Mintzberg rejects the dichotomy and argues that both perspectives are essential for effective leadership. Read more

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