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CASE LEARNING: Selling Adultery(9B16TE03)
Gerard Seijts; Thomas Watson;

A year after a massive data breach at its Ashley Madison adultery service, Avid Life Media relaunched in 2016 under a new name. The move was designed to help the business recover from the hacker attack that had exposed its security and governance issues and dashed the desire of investors to take the company public. It was also a strategic step to regain the trust of customers who had been outed as would-be cheaters. Now known as Ruby, the company .....more

Management Advice from a Dead Socialist(9B16TE02)
John S. McCallum;

Want an easy way to become a better leader in the age of uncertainty? Read philosophy. It helps remind us about what we should instinctively already know: to never be afraid to ask questions. As Bertrand Russell said: “To teach how to live without certainty, and yet without being paralyzed by hesitation, is perhaps the chief thing that philosophy, in our age, can still do for those who study it.” Brexit should drive business leaders to review existing .....more

Management, the Next Generation: Trilingual Talent(9B16TE01)
Christian Hagen; Khalid Khan;

To compete in the digital age, most companies understand that they must see digital and analytics capabilities as a core competency and strategic priority. But with the supply of talent falling further behind demand, attracting elite talent has proven difficult, especially for organizations playing catch-up. Even companies with advanced digital and analytics capabilities are struggling to meet their needs. The challenge is only getting harder, as .....more

Rogue Learnings(9B16TD04)
Gerard Seijts;

Nick Leeson, the financial sector's original rogue trader who toppled Barings Bank in 1995, talks about why traders need to develop the leader character required to admit mistakes.

Manufacturing Investment(9B16TD05)
Thomas Watson;

A superficial analysis of troublesome Canadian FDI performance might blame high labour costs and low government incentives. But the big issue is that leaders have never effectively answered the all-important why-invest-in-Canada question.

The Ivey Interview: Steintho?r Pa?lsson(9B14TC07)
Thomas Watson;

Few business leaders will ever confront the challenge that Landsbankinn CEO Steintho?r Pa?lsson faced in mid-2010, when he left a senior position with pharmaceutical company Actavis and signed on to build a bank worthy of respect out of the ashes of Iceland’s oldest full-service financial institution.

The Merger of the TSX Group and the Montreal Exchange - Student Spreadsheet(7B14N037)
Michael R. King;

Excel spreadsheet for students.

Negative Rates Are Negative in More Ways than One(9B16TD03)
John S. McCallum;

With more monetary policy makers around the world navigating uncharted waters with negative policy rates, this article explains why.

How to Sup with Devilish Partners(9B16TD02)
Mark Stobbe;

Canada’s current weakness in commodity prices raises the possibility that public investment in private Canadian enterprises, absent in recent years, could make a dramatic return. But that isn’t necessarily a good thing. This article looks at the creation of two heavy-oil upgraders in Saskatchewan that were built to stimulate development of the local oil industry while creating jobs and maximizing royalty income. In both cases, the financial viability .....more

Learning from Brexit(9B16TD01)
Andreas Schotter; Thomas Watson;

Following the surprise Brexit vote, business leaders need to stop worrying about the occasional Black Swan and understand that dealing with unexpected world-changing events is the new normal. Despite some opinions that Britain’s exit from the European Union could be good for Canadian business, nobody knows yet whether the Brexit vote will be good over the long term for Canadian exports, not to mention the loonie. Heightened uncertainty is where the .....more