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AI-Driven Competitive Advantage Isn’t the Future—It’s Now

by , Issue: November/December 2019

If your company is still thinking about artificial intelligence, please note research shows it is being rapidly deployed across numerous industries.
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Fighting Shareholder Populism

by Issue: September/October 2019

Corporate directors need to get ready to rumble like never before as weak oversight enables activist investors to manipulate emotions during digital-age proxy fights.
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Law & AI

by , Issue: November/December 2019

Robotic legal assistants may be on the horizon, but the industry needs to remember past tech-based disruptions only increased the efficiency of its practitioners.
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Rounding Out the U.S. Call for Social Corporate Purpose

by , et al.Issue: September/October 2019

Why capitalism needs more than a new definition of executive responsibilities to survive the significant social and economic challenges that lay ahead.

Recognizing Jane Philpott’s Ongoing Contribution to Canada

by , Issue: November/December 2019

The resignation of The Honourable Jane Philpott is literally a case study on what it takes to be an authentic leader in politics and business.
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What the Big Mac Board Got Right

by Issue: November/December 2019

Why board oversight of corporate culture is increasingly becoming a central tenet of good corporate governance.
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Learning from Huawei’s Superfluidity

by , et al.Issue: May/June 2019

China’s controversial telecommunications equipment maker can teach us about the culture of self-destruction that the Age of Disruption demands.