Amid the fallout from former McGill Institute for the Study of Canada director Andrew Potter’s Maclean’s article about stranded motorists, the Globe and Mail interviewed McGill Principal Suzanne Fortier, who defended Professor Potter’s resignation as director of MISC.
Learning through sharing in the IMPM
The MBA seeks its place in France
To many, an MBA is the springboard for a successful business career — but not so in France, where MBA holders in the 120 top executive suites dropped from 37 per cent in 2011 to 21 per cent in 2015.
A commitment to change: nonprofits, business sense and research in action
A recent post on Changeboard examines what leadership will mean for coming generations, seen through the lens of Brexit and Trump in the world today. The piece throws the question to leading business departments from around the world.
Tenho dito que a corrupção é sistêmica e estrutural e não só no Brasil, como os sempre eloquentes vira-latas gostam de dizer por ai com ares cosmopolitas (aliás, esses não passarão de vira-latas sempre prontos a lamber os sapatos, ou coturnos, de qualquer um que lhes garanta a manutenção e ampliação de seus privilégios e "direitos adquiridos").
In an op-ed piece for the Globe and Mail, Desautels’ Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies Henry Mintzberg decries what he calls our “era of bullies,” naming Trump, Putin and other strong-arm politicians as examples, and asks if we really have to put up with this.
MT presenteert een serie video's waarin managementtrainer Ben Tiggelaar waardevolle tips over management weggeeft. In deze video spreekt hij over de 'adhocratie' van Henry Mintzberg.
These days, it seems that there’s a new protest erupting every minute. But in the new reality of the day, are old-school demonstrations and marches enough? And really, were they ever? Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies, Henry Mintzberg of Desautels makes the case that taking one’s cues from legendary organizer and Rules for Radicals author Saul Alinsky might be the way to go: You tear down a bully by using ridicule and unexpected actions that said bully doesn’t know how to deal with.
Long before the post-election political maelstrom we’re now experiencing in the U.S. and in many countries around the world, I wrote about four types of organizational political arenas.