IBJ Insights

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Being an Old Organization Can Still Be a Good Thing

by , et al.Issue: May/June 2019

Even in the digital world, mature firms can turn their age into an advantage. All it takes is the right perspective.
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Strategic Marketers Should Sit at the Board Table

by Issue: January / February 2019

Seismic changes in consumer attitudes are taking place in the market, and appointing directors who understand them can pay huge dividends.
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Who Owns Your Banking Data?

by Issue: January / February 2019

The Canadian debate over open banking is heating up and there is a lot more at stake than most people realize.
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Male-dominated Governance and #MeToo

by Issue: January / February 2019

Given the preponderance of mostly-male boards, directors need to proactively seek to pre-empt #MeToo situations.
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The Sound of Leadership

by Issue: November / December 2018

Research into the influence of music shows executives can work toward improving performance while travelling or taking a shower.
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Being Undisruptable

by Issue: November / December 2018

To foster rapid development of new business models, Deloitte research shows CEOs are relying on a novel set of leadership characteristics.

Humanizing Financial Advice with Fintech

by Issue: September/October 2018

Like the Six Million Dollar Man’s bionic enhancements, digital technology can make mortal financial advisors better, stronger, faster.

Get in the Performance Flow

by Issue: July/August 2018

Want to increase productivity fivefold? Follow this simple guide on how to achieve a performance-enhancing state of flow in the workplace.

Taking Management Back to the Future

by Issue: July/August 2018

The one thing professional managers need most today is the freedom to do what they are trained to do.

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