Desautels Faculty of Management news
"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
Desautels professor Karl Moore said consumers are the "cash cow" not just for airport authorities and governments, but also for airlines that are all looking for ways to either make or save money.
Prof. Karl Moore comments on the head of one of Quebec's biggest companies (Pierre Karl Peladeau, president & CEO, Quebecor Inc.) suggestion that "Quebec Inc." must evolve into a new economic movement called " Quebec.com"if the province's distinct society is to move forward.
Desautels Faculty of Management Prof. Karl Moore speaks with Ed Schein, a senior professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Masschusetts.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton accepted his honorary Doctor of Laws degree from McGill by urging his audience to tackle world issues by fostering a “communitarian consciousness.”