THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT PARADOX: ACHIEVING MORE BY DOING LESS

by Issue: March / April 2008

Many managers indicate that their organizations are very good at starting projects, but not so good at finishing them.……

The Ivey Business Journal Interview: Aldo Musacchio

by Issue: March / April 2013

Aldo Musacchio is an associate professor in the Business, Government and International Economy unit and a Marvin Bower……

MAKING DIFFICULT DECISIONS IN TURBULENT TIMES

by Issue: January / February 2002

In their own way, complexity and ambiguity tyrannize decision-making. What managers need are strategies for making clear,……
Robot Standing Against White Background

Law & AI

by , Issue: November/December 2019

Robotic legal assistants may be on the horizon, but the industry needs to remember past tech-based disruptions only increased the efficiency of its practitioners.

DUAL-CLASS SHARES: GOVERNANCE, RISKS, AND REWARDS

by , et al.Issue: May / June 2007

Dual-class shares have significant benefits but none of them flow through to minority shareholders. And while an argument……
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THE ROLE AND VALUE OF AN EFFECTIVE ADVISORY BOARD

by Issue: September / October 2003

An effective advisory board, properly composed and structured, can provide non-binding but informed guidance and serve……

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