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CUBA painted on wall

Dealing with the New Cuba

by , Issue: January / February 2015

Foreign investors are excited by the potential for profits in a post-embargo Cuba, but doing business the Havana way will require patience and nerves of steel.
Learning from Boardroom Perspectives on Leader Character

Learning from Boardroom Perspectives on Leader Character

by , et al.Issue: January / February 2015

When it comes to governance, research shows that assessing director character will go a long way toward improving performance.
Cracking the Glass Ceiling

Cracking the Glass Ceiling

by , Issue: January / February 2015

If you look at the sports world, what we think we know about female competitiveness in the workplace isn’t really clear.
Welcome to the New IBJ

Welcome to the New IBJ

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Ivey Business Journal was launched as The Quarterly Review of Commerce in 1933. It is time for another makeover.
Man standing on mountain

Making the Big Behaviour Breakthrough

by , et al.Issue: January / February 2015

Everybody talks about the importance of innovation. This article is about what it takes for a leader to actually make it happen.

Leading Creatively: The art of making sense

by Issue: July / August 2014

Relying on formulas and the tried and true is not an unreasonable approach for a leader to solving a problem. But solving……

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……

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