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Dec 4, 2017
TRU offers master environmental and economic programs to meet changing educational needs

BCBusiness + Thompson Rivers University Over the past 45 years, Thompson Rivers University (TRU) has earned a reputation for providing an excellent education to people of different backgrounds and perspectives, from traditional academics to trades. These diverse programs draw nearly 26,000 students...

Nov 22, 2017
Opinion: How to behave at an office party
Sunita Padda

Attending holiday events such as the office holiday party is a great way to get involved and contribute to creating an inclusive environment. Although it’s an opportunity for everyone to let loose and connect on other levels besides work, keep...

Nov 14, 2017
The secret is out about opportunities in the North
By BCBusiness

So, you’ve done some research and concluded that the programs offered by colleges and universities in northern B.C. are just as varied and comprehensive as the institutions in Metro Vancouver. But you wonder what it’s like to take the leap and locate away from the bright lights and big cities? From a...

Oct 31, 2017
The lost art of conversation rekindled at SFU Beedie School of Business

BCBusiness + SFU Beedie School of Business It’s no secret that today’s business graduates have remarkable academic skills and technical acumen—but for reasons ranging from being born in the Internet age to coming from cultures with different social norms, many lack the...

Oct 25, 2017
8 future-proof jobs
By the Editors

Over the coming decade, an Intelligence Revolution will drive exponential change in the world of work. That’s the message of a report from the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) and Deloitte Canada. The three forces driving this change: machine learning—computers...

Oct 18, 2017
B.C. North is rich in educational and lifestyle opportunities

It has often been predicted that Canada’s future prosperity lies in the North, and while all signs indicate this is true, many misconceptions have arisen about the nature of that prosperity—along with the role the education system in the region will play laying the foundation for it. The most common misconception...

Oct 4, 2017
Work with people you don't like? Best-selling author Adam Kahane can help
By BCBusiness

If you want to make a difference as a leader, forget what you know about collaboration—and learn to get along with folks you might otherwise avoid. On October 12 at SFU Harbour Centre, best-selling author Adam Kahane delivers a keynote...

Sep 22, 2017
Want to attract the right talent? Be more transparent
Eric Termuende

Often when we think about the future of work, we think 3D printing, remote and flexible workplaces, artificial intelligence—and worry that we may be evolved out of our jobs. After all, 50 per cent of jobs as we know them...

Aug 25, 2017
5 signs someone could be lying on their resumé
By BCBusiness

Is lying to get a job the new normal? In a recent survey by staffing firm OfficeTeam, 37 per cent of Canadian workers said they knew someone who put false information on a resumé. The top three areas for embellishment...

Aug 15, 2017
Want to be a better manager? Socialize less—and listen more
By BCBusiness

Good leaders know that small talk is cheap, according to management expert Kim Scott. In an op-ed for the Harvard Business Review, the bestselling author outlines what she believes are a manager’s three main duties: create a culture of feedback...

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