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April 2nd, 2014 by Public Affairs

We’ve moved! Read the latest Ivey news, discover our upcoming events, faculty blogs, and research topics on our new, interactive News & Events website.

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Learning from great value investors

February 5th, 2014 by Public Affairs

Photo: Roger Lace When it comes to success in value investing, don’t overlook the role of mentors.

That was the message from Roger Lace, MBA ’75, President, Hamblin Watsa Investment Counsel Ltd., when he described his journey into value investing.

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Putting candour and character to work in life and business

January 31st, 2014 by Public Affairs

ARLENE-DICKINSONFrom Dragons’ Den to the battlefield, HBA students learned the importance that character and candour play in becoming better leaders.

Students listened, learned and practiced with the help of guest speakers, actors and Ivey faculty at the inaugural HBA Leadership Conference on January 24.

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Ivey MBAs experience personal growth in South America

January 21st, 2014 by Public Affairs

Photo: Ivey MBAs in South AmericaSurfing on the coast of Chile or taking in the countryside by motorcycle may not be the typical activities of an Ivey MBA, but the takeaways are just as important.

“There is a broader experience than just the classroom,” said Rich Hilsden, one of 29 Ivey MBA students who participated in a recent study trip to South America.

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Idle No More: What’s next for the movement, and for Canada?

December 19th, 2013 by Public Affairs

Ivey HBA students have an “unbelievable opportunity” to help shape the conversation between government, business and indigenous people.

“Don’t ever take it for granted that things have to be organized in a certain way,” said Tanya Kappo, a citizen of the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation who was involved in the Idle No More movement. “There are different ways of doing things and it doesn’t necessarily mean that one is right and one is wrong. I think as long as you keep that in mind, the conversation that we start, as difficult as it will be – and it will be difficult – (is one where) we can make progress.”

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