Karl Moore, Ph.D
Associate Professor, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, Green Templeton College, Oxford University
Prior to his academic career, Dr. Karl Moore worked for eleven years in Canada in sales and marketing management positions with IBM, and Hitachi. Before McGill, he taught at Oxford University for five years.He has recently presented his research on Introverts at Harvard Business School, Oxford, IMD, and Stanford Business School. His research on Ambiverts has been highlighted in The Economist, in 2016 in the Schumpeter column and in 2021 in the Bartleby column.
Dr. Moore hosts a weekly program, “The CEO Series” on Bell Media stations across Canada. On the show, he interviews global thought and business leaders one-on-one for an hour.In November of 2020, Dr. Moore and an Indigenous Graduate Student started a biweekly column for the Globe and Mail, Indigenous Leaders, where they interview an Indigenous Leader in Canada and elsewhere. He has interviewed over a thousand CEOs, Prime Ministers, Generals, and other senior leaders, among the most in the world.He has blogged weekly for Forbes for over ten years and has a weekly piece in French in Les Affaires.
Dr. Moore was recently nominated for the 2021 Thinkers50 Distinguished Achievement Awards in the Leadership Category as a top thinker for his work on introverts/extroverts in the C-Suite & Millennials. He has taught on the MBAs or executive programs of six of the top ten Business Schools in the world including Harvard, Stanford, Oxford and IMD. He has had twenty-eight refereed journal articles, ten books and over forty-one hundred Google Scholar citations. His latest book, Generation Why: How Boomers Can Lead and Learn from Millennials and Generation Z is out in April 2023, from the McGill Queen’s University Press.