Think Globally, Act Smartly

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It also creates an opening: a motivated workforce in Japan is ready and willing to sign on to smart, globally-minded Canadian firms

Hyper-connected metropolises have a lot to say about international commerce and the behaviour of multinational corporations
International success is a slow build for small and medium-sized firms. The ability to build alliances is key to thriving over the long haul
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Romantic and family conflict can trigger destructive leadership behaviour, but solutions are within reach

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Canadian firms doing business in Europe and the UK desperately need the one thing they can’t have: clarity

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Where to look for answers beyond touchpoints and customer expectations
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If it’s not implicit bias, then why do female entrepreneurs struggle to access venture capital?
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Technology firms that are not even party to a patent fight are hit with shrapnel
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A new age of hockey analytics will redefine what it means to have puck smarts
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Taking a page from ethnographers, accounting researchers embed themselves in communities to learn the stories behind the numbers
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How a full-on industry has sprung up to service firms in dire straits
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It also creates an opening: a motivated workforce in Japan is ready and willing to sign on to smart, globally-minded Canadian firms
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We need to equip Canada’s financial sector to steer us through a global economic transition on our own terms
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An acquisition of Porter or a sell-off to a U.S. carrier may be in the wings
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When the economy goes sour, firms tend to pull back on their research and development. Here’s why they should fight their instincts and forge ahead

Smith School of Business

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Kingston, Ontario
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