McGill University's new Masters of Management in Finance (MMF) is coming to Toronto next month. If you’re passionate about pursuing a career in Finance and would like the tools to achieve this goal, join Prof.
Carlos Rodriguez (PhD'15) has been awarded the Gunnar Hedlund Award 2015-2016 for his outstanding dissertation entitled "Global Subunit Specialization: An organizational perspective", which was recognized for its originality, as well as for its sound empirical work and practical results.
The topic of the dissertation addresses an increasingly important phenomenon in the international business world and uses a variety of methods, as well as theoretical perspectives to improve our understanding of it.
In 2006, Professor Karl Moore led 40 Desautels Faculty of Management students to Omaha, Nebraska to learn from legendary investment guru, Warren Buffett.
Given the tremendous success of the first visit and the recognized value of experiential learning, the Desautels Faculty of Management has arranged another opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students to meet the iconic Warren Buffett on January 20, 2017.
Genome Canada and its partners have awarded $9.6 million towards the assessment of the risks that toxic chemicals pose to the environment. The funding will support an interdisciplinary team of McGill researchers, including Professor Steve Maguire of the Desautels Faculty of Management, along with partners in industry, Environment and Climate Change Canada, and at the University of Saskatchewan.
Since 2014 Mrs. Heike Birlenbach holds the position of Vice President Sales Europe Lufthansa Group Airlines. As of next year, 2017, she will assume the role of Vice President Sales EMEA Lufthansa Group Airlines. In this position Birlenbach will not only be responsible for all sales and commercial activities in Europe but also in the Middle East and Africa. With this extended responsibility she will lead the newly merged sales area, EMEA, which, as of 2017 will combine the two former sales areas – Europe and Africa/Middle East.
In fact, every Canadian business school lost ground on the list, essentially suggesting a sample problem with the employer survey, especially when three MBA programs in Canada fell nine positions in a single year.