Desautels Faculty of Management

Desautels Professor Henry Mintzberg joined The Sunday Edition on CBC Radio with Michael Enright to discuss his take on modern healthcare, stating that we need to approach challenges in the field of health care in a radically different way.  

Overall, bigger is not better, while the instincts and real experiences of health providers are more valuable than official studies for Prof. Mintzberg.

Classified as: Henry Mintzberg, Strategy & Organization, International Masters for Health Leadership (IMHL)
Published on: 6 Feb 2018

Following the news that the Desautels MBA program was named the top MBA program in Canada by the 2018 Financial Times Global MBA Rankings, Dean Isabelle Bajeux sits down with The McGill Reporter to reflect on some of the key advancements made by the Faculty over the last few years, as well as share some of its future directions.

Classified as: Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou, FT Global MBA Rankings, University Rankings
Published on: 6 Feb 2018

If WestJet used to be Canada’s go-to airline for budget-friendly flights, the tables are about to turn as at least three ultra-low-cost carriers prepare to swoop into the Canadian market.

Professor Karl Moore shares insight into WestJet’s evolution, sharing that they have grown their offerings over the years, which has come at a cost for consumers.

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Classified as: Karl Moore, Strategy & Organization
Published on: 6 Feb 2018

As the world becomes increasingly tech savvy, a recent blog post shares three guiding principles to help us stay afloat. Along the way, the author cites the work of Desautels Professors Henry Mintzberg and Karl Moore on emergent strategy.

Classified as: Karl Moore, Strategy & Organization
Published on: 6 Feb 2018

Does moving hospitals to a new building give you a different kind of care?

Learn more about how Desautels professors are behind some of the most unique research projects in the world.

Classified as: Samer Faraj, Strategy & Organization
Published on: 5 Feb 2018

As one of 509 in the class, Harsha Rajamani (BCom’06) has been promoted into the new class of managing directors at Goldman Sachs.

As said by Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Goldman Sachs, selection was based on the demonstration of “an outstanding commitment to our people, clients and culture during their tenures at the firm”. 

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Classified as: Harsha Rajamani, Bachelor of Commerce (BCom), BCom Alumni, Desautels Global Experts
Published on: 2 Feb 2018

Desautels Professor Karl Moore appeared on CCTV, the state television of China, to comment on the NAFTA meetings that took place in Montreal and concluded this past Monday.

Professor Moore sheds light on the multiple rounds of negotiations that occurred on this matter of great world economic import. 

Watch the segment to learn more. 

 

Classified as: Karl Moore, Strategy & Organization
Published on: 2 Feb 2018

The Globe and Mail reports on the recent Financial Times MBA Ranking ranking, which places Desautels as the top-ranking MBA program in Canada and 78th in the world.

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Classified as: Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Published on: 2 Feb 2018

Recently appointed special advisor on Indigenous initiatives in the Office of the Provost and EMBA participant, Kakwiranó:ron Cook comments on the changes being implemented following the official launch of the Provost’s Task Force on Indigenous Studies and Indigenous Education.

Additionally, initiatives to develop financial support, build diversity among the Indigenous community in North America, and keep students happy leading up to graduation are next steps.

Classified as: McGill-HEC Montreal Executive MBA (EMBA), McGill-HEC Executive MBA (EMBA)
Published on: 2 Feb 2018

Citing the book, The Beauty of Discomfort, Desautels Professor Karl Moore discusses the inevitability of discomfort on the path to success, as well as how to cope with it. Mindfulness and mental resilience, for example, are key aspects.  

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Classified as: Karl Moore, Strategy & Organization
Published on: 31 Jan 2018

In a world destabilised by rapid technological advancement, Dean Bajeux shares how business education can help us thrive amid such unprecedented change.

“In a society disrupted by rapid technological advancement, a new skillset is sought – one that includes an interdisciplinary mindset, a global outlook, as well as analytical and critical thinking skills. This will be our golden compass for navigating the next phase of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and, ultimately, for establishing a stabilized world order.” 

Classified as: Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou, finance
Published on: 31 Jan 2018

In an interview with Professor Karl Moore, award-winning business journalist Duff McDonald shares his take on the shortcomings of Harvard Business School, as well as other comparable institutions, in shaping enlightened businesspeople who act in the best interest of society.

In his recent book, The Golden Passport, McDonald makes the case that business education should instill the importance of making the world a better place first and foremost.

Classified as: Karl Moore, Strategy & Organization
Published on: 30 Jan 2018

Professor Karl Moore shares his perspective with The New York Times about the United States International Trade Commission’s decision to reject the proposed 300% tariffs on Bombardier’s CSeries aircraft.

After fearing the worst from the impending ruling, Quebec and Canada greeted this decision with great relief.

As Professor Moore shares, “Boeing, Airbus, and Bombardier all get a lot of financial support…it is the nature of the game.”

Classified as: Karl Moore, Strategy & Organization
Published on: 29 Jan 2018

Getting an MBA degree is not easy. An article for Les Affaires explores the challenge of maintaining a work-life balance and how this becomes complicated further when pursuing an MBA degree.

Citing EMBA participants Caidi Osmane and Jason Taylor, discipline and motivation are key factors.

When asked about the time commitment, Osmane says, “I’m investing even more time [than 20 hours per week] because I want to get the most out of the program.”

Classified as: McGill-HEC Executive MBA (EMBA), McGill-HEC Montreal Executive MBA (EMBA)
Published on: 29 Jan 2018

The Desautels MBA program is ranked #1 in Canada and 78th in the world by the 2018 Financial Times Global MBA Ranking—one of only three Canadian schools who made the list.

Every year, the FT ranks the world’s best 100 MBA programs using multiple criteria. 

The MBA Class of 2014 was surveyed for this ranking.

Classified as: Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Financial Times, FT Global MBA Rankings
Published on: 28 Jan 2018

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