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Estelle Metayer
Attended Nijenrode University
Lived in montreal
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It’s another glaring example that we are living in a world where predatory capitalism is triumphing – and expect things to get worse before they begin to get better
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Cheap switching topic article. I thought itr was about volkswagen ?
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The next government should create a $3-billion to alleviate the plight of refugees
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I thought Canada was the global leader in hockey already.
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#Canada’s role in the world: Strong, proud and free-riding http://econ.st/1Qqa3ay  via @TheEconomist @robertgreenhill
WHEN heart-rending images flashed across the world of Alan Kurdi, a three-year-old from Syria who drowned off the Turkish coast, people everywhere were appalled. But...
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+Sander Takens keep watching. :)))
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A importância dos dissidentes - Revista Melhor http://www.revistamelhor.com.br/drops-gerenciais/14125/a-importancia-dos-dissidentes cc @prosyn
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Em recente artigo, publicado no site www.project-syndicate.org, a professora Estelle Metayer, da McGill University (Montreal, Canadá), defende uma posição polêmica, mas bastante interessante para nossa análise e reflexão. No mundo de alta velocidade e imprevisibilidade, diz a professora, ...
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This is how participants to C2MTL​ will brainstorm next week in Montreal, in this immersive environment. A different way of learning... +C2MTL 
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The bridge Easily Burned - thank you for the amazing comments
I recently got a note via Twitter from a colleague. He had noticed I unfollowed him on Twitter, and with a vaguely hinted tone of ill-will, he had forwarded me a short article called "Never burn a bridge, never".After some soul searching, and a bit of research, I recalled the reason I had stopped following him. It was after he shared an article filled with largely exaggerated facts about an organization I highly respect, The World Economic Forum...
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Insight: Days of Our Digital Lives http://nyti.ms/1JNCuws #alphabet
Minute by minute, just what are we searching for?
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Tips to avoid burning online bridges
Sometimes it’s necessary to unfollow or unfriend someone – but things needn’t become awkward
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I advise boards and CEOs on how to avoid strategic blindspots
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montreal - paris - warsaw - amsterdam - johannesburg - berlin - ottawa - geneva - london
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Competia. I work with CEOs and boards to avoid strategic blindspots. Governance. Competitive Intelligence. Social Media. Trends.
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I am an expert in Competitive and Strategic Intelligence. My research focuses on how managers, CEOs, and board members build and improve their strategic planning and/or competitive intelligence function to avoid strategic blindspots.

I am a public speaker ( I presented in 2012 in Davos on "Sensing Weak Signals").

A former consultant at McKinsey & Company, I gained first-hand practical experience while managing competitive intelligence, business development and strategic planning at CAE Inc. My career began at ING Bank in the Netherlands and in Poland, studying the financial risks of expanding into emerging countries.

As adjunct professor at McGill University, I teach with Henry Mintzberg. I am also a guest lecturer at International Masters Program in Practicing Management led by Lancaster University, McGill, the IMB (India) and INSEAD and regularly teach at IMD (Lausanne). I was the recipient of the Arista Sunlife Award for „Entrepreneur of the Year – 2000“ and was a finalist in 2001 for the Award „Women of Merit“ from the YWCA.

I am a past board member of World Youth Canada and the Grands Ballets Canadiens.
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Commercial pilot and certified flight instructor. Also flies floatplanes...
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  • Nijenrode University
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