SEEC earns Readers’ Choice awards in Canadian HR Reporter poll
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) has been named a Readers’ Choic...
In his leadership skills course that is part of the MBA program at the Schulich School of Business, Professor Ingo Holzinger discovered participants were increasingly asking about how to cope with volatility in business – the lingering fallout from the financial crash of 2008 when business as usual ceased to exist and turbulence and transition […]Posted on
Anyone who listens to the news these days knows about the threat of attacks on data systems from malicious actors, both foreign and domestic. New vulnerabilities are being discovered and existing ones are being exploited every day. Unfortunately, cybersecurity as practiced by many organizations today is broken – but the pain of a breach that […]Posted on
SEEC’s highly popular Schulich Mini-MBA program began its latest run this month and continues to receive rave reviews from participants. In fact, this nine-day program has been so successful that it is now offered three times a year in the Winter, Spring and Fall sessions. “This is an excellent program for senior managers and junior […]Posted on
“OmniChannel” is a term many retailers, and those who work with them, think they understand. But David Pullara, a marketing/retail professional at the Schulich Executive Education Centre, believes many don’t truly see how changing buyer behaviours and expectations are impacting traditional retail. “Retailers who truly have an OmniChannel mindset understand that consumers expect to interact […]Posted on
Innovation is often imagined as a eureka moment where the innovator is inspired by something as simple as an apple falling on his head or a dramatic breakthrough after years of research – or just plain luck. But business has no time to depend on apples and serendipity. Being able to repeat moments of insight […]Posted on