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Getting Phygital with Consumers

by Issue: March/April 2021

Most digital transformations ignore the real opportunity to take customer experience to a whole new level.
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Enough. It’s Time to Hire (and Develop) Better Judgment

by , Issue: March/April 2021

With scandals emerging everywhere, from McKinsey to Rideau Hall, it’s not hard to wonder if decent leadership even exists, but it doesn’t have to be this way.
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Battling Intolerance One Conversation at a Time

by , et al.Issue: November / December 2020

Effectively fostering equity, diversity and inclusion in the workplace requires enabling all concerned to chose engagement over silence when bias and ignorance rear their ugly heads.
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The Nietzsche School of Management

by Issue: September / October 2020

When it comes to how decision makers understand problems, Nietzsche’s insights are as valuable to executives today as any lesson offered by modern business schools.
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Why Chairperson-cum-CEOs Have No Place in Today’s Capitalism

by , et al.Issue: September / October 2020

Faithfully serving the interests of all corporate stakeholders requires following governance best practices, which can’t be done without a real separation of powers.
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Leadership Lessons from the Pandemic (and Samwise Gamgee)

by , Issue: July/August 2020

Why it is time for business leaders to show that great stories about fighting for what really matters can exist beyond fiction.
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Unlocking the Potential of Digital Supply Chains

by , et al.Issue: July/August 2020

In today’s chaotic world, rethinking and reskilling supply chains is just as important as investing in the best new technologies.
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Understanding the Link Between Crisis and Innovation

by , et al.Issue: July/August 2020

The pandemic has everyone experimenting—but what happens when things go wrong separates the innovators from the wannabes.

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