Desautels Faculty of Management news
Prof. Reuven Brenner: "It would appear that America needs a miracle to escape the “new normal” of low growth. We know of no means to induce miracles, but there is a next best thing.[...] You need skilled farmers to manage the capital of bees and herds properly, to assure living from their returns only while not using up the capital…"
Desautels Prof. Karl Moore says it would have been surprising if Bombardier wasn't included on a US list of rail manufacturers and suppliers.
"If you want to find more imaginative approaches to breaking down academic barriers to produce a Renaissance M.B.A., you'll do best to look at work going on at schools outside the U.S." says Matt Symonds on business education for Forbes.
"A recession is an ideal time for management to decide what's most important" says recent McGill Honorary Doctorate recipient and Harvard Professor Michael Porter
"The Sino-American currency relationship is certainly critical to any prospective recovery of the world" says Professor Reuven Brenner from the Desautels Faculty of Management and David P. Goldman, senior editor of firstthings.com