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Are You Ready for the Quantum Leap?

by , et al.Issue: September/October 2022

Why now is the time to prepare your organization for the disruption that quantum computing threatens to unleash (along with unprecedented opportunities).

Implementing CSR-contingent Executive Compensation

by , Issue: September/October 2022

As corporate purpose evolves it is worth asking if traditional executive pay formulas have reached their best-before date.

Quiet Quitting Is a Leadership Issue

by Issue: September/October 2022

Why the social media-fueled work-to-rule philosophy probably says more about current company cultures than employee motivations.

Beware Convergence of SRI and Impact Investing

by , Issue: July / August 2022

The financial world needs to recognize that making a proactive difference requires more than simply appropriating impact assessment terminology.

Green Economy Growing Pains

by , et al.Issue: July / August 2022

It’s time to address the disconnect between green job growth and the employment expectations of the green generation.

The Canadian Director’s Dilemma

by , Issue: July / August 2022

Why unclear law and regulations make it challenging for Canadian boards to define their fiduciary duty, especially when stakeholder interests diverge.

Dual-Class Shares: Risks and Advantages

by , Issue: July / August 2022

Dual-class share structures can offer stakeholders real advantages, but more firms need to follow best practices in deployment to mitigate risk of abuse.

Guiding Corporate Sustainability

by Issue: July / August 2022

Canada’s ambitious Innovation North initiative aims to save the planet (and capitalism along with it) by disrupting traditional approaches to innovation

Setting Standards for a Canadian Sustainability Standards Board

by , et al.Issue: May / June 2022

Indigenous voices and greater stakeholder interests, along with a serious focus on international comparability, need to be a real part of the standards oversight conversation

The Art of Persuading Unreasonable Colleagues

by , Issue: May / June 2022

Employee conflict costs the global economy billions annually. Here’s how to use it to fuel learning and innovation.

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