With just one more day remaining as an MBA student, Kathryn Tang reflects on the last year and her experience in the program. She discusses her personal growth, the Value Investing course, and the importance of leadership and teamwork.
The story of how Andy Fastow went from being awarded CFO of the Year to committing the greatest fraud in corporate American history for the same business transactions serves as an important lesson in ethics for students.
Linda Hasenfratz, EMBA '97; Tina Lee, HBA '03; and former Ivey dean Carol Stephenson were among the female executives at a roundtable discussion with U.S. President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on advancing women on February 13.
In their op-ed in The Globe and Mail, Ivey Professors Cara Maurer, Tima Bansal, and Mary Crossan explain how the social values of Canadian society and the economic value of organizations are intertwined.
Character is a critical element of leadership, but it does not get the attention afforded to competency. Research by Ivey Professors Mary Crossan and Gerard Seijts is changing the nature of the conversation about good leadership by elevating the value of a leader’s character.