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Desautels Case Competition

19 Sep 2014
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20 Sep 2014

Date: September 19, 2014 - September 20, 2014Location: Bronfman Building

2015 Hot Cities of the World Tour Information Session

24 Sep 201417:30
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2015 Hot Cities of the World Tour Information Session This year's Hot Cities of the World Tour will be going to Hong Kong, Jakarta, and Bali. Thursday, September 24th, 2014 5:30pm

Can renewables become the dominant source of electricity in Canada and the USA?

24 Sep 201417:30
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Talks by MIT speaker John Reilly and CEA speaker Jim Burpee "Prospects and Challenges for High Penetration of Renewable Energy", John Reilly, MIT Renewables electricity sources are a seemingly attractive low-carbon option to substitute for coal or gas generation.  Regional availability of high quality wind and solar resources varies, but at least in the United States, most regions have significant resources. Expanding the options to biomass, hydroelectricity, and geothermal creates greater opportunities.

Can renewables become the dominant source of electricity in Canada and the USA?

25 Sep 201417:30
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"Rapid innovation and growth in renewable energy", a talk by MIT's Jessica Trancik Renewable energy technologies have sustained high growth rates over the past 30 years [1], with solar and wind energy production growing at roughly 30% per year, due to a combination of technology cost improvement and public policy incentives.

Thesis Defense - Saied Samiedaluie, McGill University

01 Oct 201409:00
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Bronfman Building : Room 245, 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest Montreal Quebec Canada , H3A 1G5 Mr. Saied Samiedaluie, a doctoral student at McGill University in the Operations Management area will be defending his research titled:  Strategic and Tactical Decision-Making for Inpatient Admission and Hospital Bed Allocation: An Application to Neurology Wards

Breakfast Forum: A Discussion with Michael Penner, President and CEO of Richelieu Hosiery International Inc.

02 Oct 201408:00
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The Desautels Faculty of Management's Program for International Competitiveness at McGill University in collaboration withThe American Chamber of Commerce in Canada, Quebec Chapter cordially invite you to 

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EMBA Information Session

07 Oct 201412:00
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Date: October 7, 2014Time: 12:00 pm - 01:00 pmLocation:Room 625 (6th Floor)Desautels Faculty of Management1001 Sherbrooke St. W. Montreal H3A 1G5 Please register here.

Service Client 360

07 Oct 2014
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08 Oct 2014

Optimisez vos opérations pour développer une approche unifiée et omnicanale Avec des clients de plus en plus exigeants et branchés, offrir un service à la clientèle de mauvaise qualité ne pardonne pas. D’autant plus que leur voix a une portée considérable et croissante sur votre entreprise – tant sur ses finances que sur sa réputation.

Upcoming Seminar - Influence and Assertiveness

16 Oct 201409:00
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17 Oct 201417:00

Elevate your power and impact to build cooperation and get results Do you have a clear goal in mind, but seek the right tools and technique to persuade others, gain buy-in and get things done in a non-aggressive and ethical way? This high energy seminar offers you practical approaches to gain support for your ideas, network with those around you and initiate positive change up, down and across your organization.

Open House 2014

26 Oct 201410:00
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Date: October 26, 2014Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Location: Bronfman building, 1001 Sherbrooke St. W., Montreal The Desautels Faculty of Management looks forward to welcoming you to McGill University's Open House on Sunday, October 26, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Prospective students (undergraduate, graduate and doctoral) will have the opportunity to learn more about what the Desautels has to offer both inside and outside the classroom. BCom Information Sessions: 

Upcoming Seminar - Managing Conflicts and Difficult Situations

28 Oct 201409:00
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29 Oct 201417:00

Develop practical skills to deal effectively with conflicts Conflict is a natural, recurring and inevitable part of life at work. Every human interaction—from simple communications, to exchanges of opinions, disagreements, inter-group competition, aggression or attempts at domination—contains the potential for conflict.

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