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Maintaining Professional Networks in Good Times and Bad

by , Issue: July/August 2020

Remaining connected doesn’t have to feel like work, says an enterprising group of Calgary-based executives who formed a network during an Ivey executive education program in 1979.
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Hooking Up Lessons from Ashley Madison and Enron

by Issue: July / August 2015

There are many lessons to be found in the wake of the hacker attack on Toronto’s Avid Life Media. And they are not just for controversial companies.
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Why Mining Product Reviews Should Be on Retailers’ Radar

by Issue: May / June 2015

Data mining has come a long way since the 1990s, when many early adopters wasted millions of dollars building data warehouses to analyze transactional data.
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Management Theory 2.0: Made (and Innovated) in China

by Issue: July/August 2018

Haier Group chairman Zhang Ruimin is rewriting the corporate playbook, hoping to ignite the IoT revolution by mashing together traditional tenets of capitalism with Eastern thought.
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Survival of the Best Fitted

by , et al.Issue: March/April 2019

To avoid extinction in the Age of Disruption, managers need to know that many evolutionary concepts are misapplied when used to illuminate business strategy
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How to Sell When the World Is Upside Down

by Issue: March / April 2020

With potential customers fighting a pandemic, people in sales need to understand coffee today isn’t for closers.
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The Profitability of Proof

by , et al.Issue: May / June 2017

Don’t be fooled by the popularity of alternative facts. The case for having evidence back up corporate claims has never been more compelling.
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Fighting Shareholder Populism

by Issue: September/October 2019

Corporate directors need to get ready to rumble like never before as weak oversight enables activist investors to manipulate emotions during digital-age proxy fights.
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Transferring Traditional Banking Skills to the Brave New World

by Issue: March/April 2019

Canada’s fintech ecosystem may be dominated by young entrepreneurs, but they haven’t disrupted the value of old-school industry experience
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Crowdfunding’s Café Society

by , Issue: November / December 2016

Physical platform crowdfunding is counterintuitive in the digital age, but it is also an innovative model for raising funds.

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