The EMBA McGill-HEC Montreal presents two $40,000 scholarships to two outstanding managers: Louise Richer and Manon Jeannotte
Montreal, August 12, 2014 – Louis Hébert and Alain Pinsonneault, co-directors of the McGill HEC Montréal EMBA are pleased to present this year’s two $40,000 scholarship winners.
IT Services has introduced a new "uPrint Prepaid Guest Card" to be used by faculties or departments who wish to provide their casual staff or visitors with a prepaid card for the uPrint service. They are available in fixed amounts of $30 and $50 (tax included).
Prominent Banker and Bill Gates Foundation Award Winner Luce Veilleux Joins the LocoMobi Board of Advisors
LocoMobi are pleased to announce Luce Veilleux has joined the LocoMobi Board of Advisors.
The value of research is best realised when academics are prepared to descend from their rarefied elevations and recognise that practitioners have an important role to play in knowledge production.
Finding information about oil and gas wells is about to become easier thanks to a new website that aims to provide data on all the wells drilled in Canada and the United States since 1859.
If you've turned on the news lately, you may have gotten the sense that the world is falling apart. From rising body counts in Gaza and Israel to a plane getting shot down in Ukraine to increasing violence in Nigeria and Syria, it can often seem like a never-ending stream of grim realities.
Customer Centric Metrics rescue retailer from Strategic Eccentrics: Customers take care of The Profits
Tom Peters has long argued the case for Customer Centricity. At the 2011 Progress Conference he said; “The magic formula that business has revealed is to treat their customers like guests and their employees like people.” So what is his 2013 take on strategy and leadership? Think of this as “Tom Peter’s Balanced Scorecard”.
Nouvelle « choc », en quelque sorte, dans le monde de la littérature à Montréal. Non, Michel Tremblay n’écrit pas un nouveau roman. Dany Laferrière n’a pas renoncé à son fauteuil à l’Académie française.
This is Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, talking management for The Globe and Mail. Today, I am delighted to speak to Timothy Devinney, Leadership Chair in International Business at Leeds University.Read full article: The Globe and Mail
Cricket bruschetta, chocolate mealworm cookies... coming to a supermarket near eww! Inside North America's first industrial-scale farm where bugs are hatched, gassed and cooked to meet a soaring demand - for HUMAN consumption
'Minus one!' There's a familiar scrunching noise as an escapee is stepped on. Then I accidentally step on one too.
US Secretary of State John Kerry and his predecessor, Hillary Clinton, stick to their firm belief that a two-state solution is the only way to end the long-running Middle East conflict involving Israel and Palestine They are mistaken.
Palm weevils. To look at, these tiny bugs are relatively unassuming, perhaps even slightly creepy to the insect-adverse. To Mohammed Ashour, however, they are the solution to many of the ills facing the developing world. The humble palm weevil could potentially eradicate world hunger and malnutrition, it could lift whole communities out of poverty, and bring down global C02 levels. For a creature measuring just a few inches in length, that's a lot of power.
Amit Chatterjee is the Managing Director of the Sartorius India group of companies since2002. He has been with the company since 1993. Sartorius AG (www.sartorius.com), is a 140-year-old German technology major listed on the German and French stock exchanges. A post graduate in Chemistry, Amit has a diploma in Practising Management from INSEAD, France and a Master of Management from McGill University, Canada. His professional repertoire includes 15 years in Sales and Marketing and 17 years in Strategic Management.
Author: Farima Bagayogo, Fatou; Lapointe, Liette; Bassellier, Geneviève Publication: Journal of the Association for Information Systems Abstract:
School of Information Studies PhD graduate Rhiannon Gainor awarded international fellowship for thesis on Competitive Intelligence
Recent McGill School of Information Studies graduate Rhiannon Gainor (PhD ’14) has been awarded a 2014 Eugene Garfield Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship. This prestigious honour is awarded annually to up to six recipients in an international competition by Beta Phi Mu, the International Library and Information Studies Honor Society. This marks the second time a PhD student from the School has won the award.