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Change is afoot at IBJ

by Issue: July / August 2014

When appointed Editor of Ivey Business Journal late last year, I was tasked with leading an examination of the reader…

Big data and analytics: Go big or go home

by , Issue: July / August 2014

As Big Data continues to grow, the related opportunity to obtain a competitive advantage grows with it. By now, we have……

Teaching executives the ancient art of persuasion

by Issue: July / August 2014

The events that led to publication of this article are unusual. In December 2013, I had hip-replacement surgery, which……

Leading employees through major organizational change

by Issue: July / August 2014

I took over as CEO of Sanofi Canada in May 2012 when the healthcare organization was preparing for major change. We…

Reviewing golf lessons for business enterprises

by , Issue: July / August 2014

At some point in the life of most golfers, it becomes apparent that the sport provides practical lessons to many other……

Reconceptualizing the board and its metrics

by Issue: July / August 2014

As chairman of Aetna in 1999, William Donaldson said: “I fear there is a growing cottage industry of superficial thought……

Managing the paradox of big picture & operational precision

by Issue: May / June 2014

Early one weekend morning, a CEO of a Fortune 500 company calls his HR Head to discuss replacing a key executive. Jason,……

Looking for Lord Stanley’s Cup in all the wrong places

by , et al.Issue: May / June 2014

Every National Hockey League senior management team basically includes a general manager and a head coach. They have…

How Soaring Executive Compensation Can Be A Good Thing

by Issue: May / June 2014

In this issue of IBJ, we present an Ivey Interview with Landsbankinn CEO Steinthór Pálsson, who has spent the last……

Stress testing the character of future business leaders

by , et al.Issue: May / June 2014

Early one morning late last summer, a bus load of ambitious Ivey Business School students departed from Western University’s……

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