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Professor Karl Moore’s TALKING MANAGEMENT with Amit Mital

Amit Mital corporate vice-president of Microsoft, responsible for Startup Business Group, discusses his role [with Desautels' Karl Moore] in developing ideas in the corporate system at Microsoft.

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Published on : 13 May 2010

Prof. Mintzberg talks about the benefits of Coaching Ourselves

Older executives are shunning corporate training... Henry Mintzberg from McGill's Desautels Faculty of Management , a high-profile champion of the middle manager, takes this approach one step further.

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Published on : 12 May 2010

Des outils très utiles qui proviennent du Centre international des familles en affaires (McGill-HEC)

Besoin de conseils pour mettre en marche ou poursuivre votre projet de relève? ... Créé à l'automne 2008 pour combiner les forces de HEC Montréal et de l'Université McGill, le Centre international des familles en affaires ratisse large.

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Published on : 12 May 2010

Prof. Moore’s TALKING MANAGEMENT: Staying Entrepreneurial at a Corporate Giant

Amit Mital, corporate vice-president of Microsoft, responsible for Startup Business Group, discusses his role [with Desautels' Karl Moore] in developing ideas in the corporate system at Microsoft.

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Published on : 11 May 2010

Prof. Polushin on The Fundamental Question of Business: 1 of a 5-part series

In this, the first of FP Executive's five-part series on competing to win in the global economy, William C.T. Polushin looks at the fundamental question of business.

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Published on : 11 May 2010

Professor Brenner Comments on Ignoring that Keynes Behind the Arras

This was supposed to have been the final triumph of John Maynard Keynes, the crisis in which governments actually did what he urged them to do during the Great Depression, the proof that an elite of puppeteers in control of monetary and fiscal policy could make the innumerable actors in economic life march wide-eyed toward recovery. ...

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Published on : 10 May 2010

Mme Edmée Métivier, membre du conseil consultatif de la Faculté est la leader des finances

Une femme qui veut réussir en affaires doit apprendre rapidement, prendre des risques et considérer la défaite comme passagère, selon Edmée Métivier. Vice-présidente exécutive, financement et consultation, à la Banque de développement du Canada (BDC), Edmée Métivier a une feuille de route brillante dans le monde de la finance canadienne.

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Published on : 07 May 2010

Dean Peter Todd and Professor Henry Mintzberg Offer Their Takes on the Connected Work World

To anyone who works in an office, it’s quite clear the proliferation of mobile computing technologies – from BlackBerries to laptops to iPhones – has a huge effect on the way managers and other workers go about their daily business. What may be surprising is that not many academics have researched these effects.

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Published on : 06 May 2010

Prof. Moore comments on WestJet’s Bumpy Quarter

WestJet reported a 63-percent drop in first-quarter profit. Karl Moore, professor of business strategy at McGill University, tells BNN why the airline has good long-term prospects, and gives his outlook for the aviation industry.

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Published on : 04 May 2010

International business professor Alan Rugman tells Desautels’ Prof. Karl Moore that the world is regional not global

International business professor Alan Rugman tells McGill's Karl Moore that India and China are making huge strides, but they can’t yet equal Western firms’ technological, brand name and marketing savvy.

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Published on : 04 May 2010

Prof. Jang Comments on Three Problems Leading to Information System Failures

Businesses around the world are suffering from a chronic disease that has been vastly overlooked and misdiagnosed. ...Yeona Jang, professor of practice management, at McGill University, says one of the biggest examples of a failed information system is Canada's bungled eHealth initiative.

Published on : 04 May 2010

Prof. Moore donne son commentaire sur le mariage United-Continental

Les voyageurs américains, habitués à de bons prix quand ils prennent l'avion, pourraient devoir payer davantage si le mariage United-Continental va de l'avant tel qu'annoncé hier.

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Published on : 03 May 2010

Faculty Advisory Board Member, Elliot Lifson, honoured as a member of the Club des entrepreneurs du Conseil de patronat du Québec

Desautels Faculty Advisory Board Member and Executive in Residence, Elliot Lifson, has been honoured as a member of the Club des entrepreneurs du Conseil de patronat du Québec.

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Published on : 29 Apr 2010

Talking Management: Bombardier’s Guy Hachey talks to Prof. Karl Moore

Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management speaks to Guy Hachey, president and chief operating officer of Bombardier Aerospace, one of the top aerospace companies in the world.

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Published on : 28 Apr 2010

MBA Student Carla Aguirre is Awarded the Heather L. Main Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Heather L. Main Memorial Scholarship Fund announces its recipients for the 2010-2011 academic year. This program provides a $7,500 scholarship, a paid summer internship in the capital markets industry at one of the participating financial institutions, a mentor during the internship and final year of studies, and a one-year Women in Capital Markets (WCM) membership.

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Published on : 28 Apr 2010