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Fighting Privilege Blindness

by Issue: July / August 2021

Effectively leading EDI typically requires some serious reflecting on why it has taken so long to make something that improves performance a real priority.
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Moving Beyond Window Dressing on EDI

by , Issue: July / August 2021

The jury is still out on whether the corporate world has what it takes to really embrace equity, diversity, and inclusion. Here is how to walk the talk.
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Shattering Glass

by Issue: May/June 2021

As co-founder of a thriving AI venture, Ravina Mutha offers aspiring womenpreneurs advice for navigating male-dominated industries
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No Culture, No Identity

by Issue: May/June 2021

If maintaining a strong corporate culture hasn’t been a priority during the pandemic, then you don’t understand its importance.
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Examining Supply-Side Benefits of Virtual Teaching

by , Issue: May / June 2020

Some physical classroom experiences can’t be beat, but moving university programs online offers instructors unexpected advantages.
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Neglecting the Motherload of Economic Stimulus

by Issue: September/October 2019

Business investment is a gift to growth that keeps on giving, which is why Canada needs to get serious about BI incentives.
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The Real Story Behind Big Data

by , et al.Issue: November / December 2017

Analytics may rule the digital age, but it still needs good old-fashioned storytelling to create real value.
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Topple Your Monolith Before It Crumbles

by Issue: November / December 2017

The choice between remaining an outdated company or transforming into an ecosystem organization is easy if you want a future in the digital age.
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Be Your Own Worst Enemy

by Issue: November / December 2017

If you want to succeed in the age of disruption, try deploying war game techniques to think like competitors out to eat your lunch.

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