Revolutionizing How We Think About Leadership and Strategy
As a professor at the McGill University Desautels Faculty of Management and an Associate Fellow at Green Templeton College, Oxford University, Dr. Karl Moore spends a lot of time interacting with the current and future leaders of our world...CEOs and millennials.
Starting with his Ph.D. Karl has studied CEOs and how they lead and develop strategies. At McGill he teaches a MBA course, CEO Insights, where 23 CEOs come join the class for an hour and half each. This class turned into a hour long radio show on BellMedia's CJAD, the CEO Series, where he sits down with an CEO for an hour long one-on-one. Each interview is turned into an article for the National Post, one of Canada's two national newspapers. He has also worked closely with Henry Mintzberg for 20 years on the Advanced Leadership Program, the IMPM and the IMHL. Prior to academia Karl spent 11 years with IBM and Hitachi in marketing and management positions. Prior to McGill he taught at Oxford University for 5 years at the Said Business School and Green Templeton College.
His newest book, which will be released in 2018 is Leading, Managing Work With Millennials, studies the way that millennials act at leaders and the way that managers need to act to create meaningful interactions with millennials in order to make them effective and motivated workers an leaders in their organizations. The book after that is Introverts and Extroverts in the Executive Suite on +250 interviews with C-Suite executives. He recently gave a talk on the book at the Harvard Business School and is scheduled to do a similar talk at Wharton. Karl has taught on executive and MBA programs at Oxford, Cambridge, LBS, INSEAD, Duke, USC, IIM Bangalore, Renmin (Beijing) and Skolkovo (Moscow). Karl is also delighted to share that he was nominated for the 2017 Thinkers50 Distinguished Achievement Awards in the Leadership Category as a top thinker in the area for his work on introverts/extroverts in the C-Suite & Millennials. Seven others were nominated including faculty from Harvard, MIT, Columbia, Penn and Dartmouth.