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Ivey Business Journal

Dec 14, 2018

Taking Disruption to the Bank

As head of Canada’s biggest bank, David McKay faces disruptive forces on numerous fronts. Committed to building innovation into RBC’s DNA, McKay discusses how his organization is managing digital-era challenges by harnessing disruptive forces to reimagine banking.
Dec 13, 2018

Directing Disruption

Bhardwaj believes better governance leads to “better enterprises, better outcomes and ultimately a better Canada.” But disruptive forces—from artificial intelligence and digitalization to nationalism and populism—are creating unprecedented levels of uncertainty in markets, politics, and society.
Nov 23, 2018

Taking Leadership from Good to Great

It is strength of character that underpins the disposition to lead, something needed for not only those in a position to lead, but all members of an organization.
Nov 14, 2018

Powering Corporate Agility

Randall MacEwen, CEO of Ballard Power Systems, talks with Gerard Seijts about the leadership skills needed to navigate disruptions in today’s ever-changing business environment.
Oct 30, 2018

Staying Intact Amid Disruption

Known for being a quietly disruptive CEO, Charles Brindamour of Intact Financial Corporation, manages with atypical leadership skills in listening and empathy, while deploying a business model unique for the sector.
Oct 17, 2018

Driving Disruption

General Motors CEO Mary Barra speaks with Gerard Seijts about leading a company with over 100 years of history that is out to redefine personal mobility in a market facing unprecedented innovation and technological change.
May 18, 2018

Why Donald Trump Isn’t Nobel Laureate Material

While there is no question that Donald Trump often displays so-called frat-boy behaviour, he and his America First rhetoric clearly do not foster fraternity among nations.
Jul 18, 2017

Trumping Divisive Leadership

With such a glaring failure of moral leadership at the top, it is desperately important that others stand up and speak out.
Jun 23, 2017

Winning the Digital Race

Tom Jenkins talks to Gerard Seijts about the profound public policy challenges being created by the Digital Revolution and what Canada can do to overcome them.
Oct 7, 2016

The Rising Price of Bad Leadership

The costs associated with bad leadership do not have to continue to escalate. More organizations simply need to recognize the importance of assessing and developing leadership character.