Desautels Business Conference on Sustainability 2015


Established in 2003, the Desautels Business Conference on Sustainability (DBCS) is a fully student- initiated and student-run annual conference borne through business students answering the...

Not giving regular feedback? No wonder you’re losing talent

Published: 6Mar2015

Written by Professor Karl Moore and Sema Burney Many managers today don’t relish giving feedback. In the past, feedback was associated with the annual review, a thoroughly unenjoyable hour where...

How Skateboarding Made Me a Better Marketer

Published: 6Mar2015

This year, I’m celebrating 25 years of skateboarding. While I’ve skated all over the world and made a lot of incredible friends along the way it wasn’t until I read this article about skateboarding...

HBO Financial Services joins Peak

Published: 6Mar2015

Peak Financial Group is continuing to expand, as HBO Financial Services joins forces with Peak Insurance Services, after an eight-year partnership. Founded in 1997, by James Hindley, Larry Barakett...

Part-funded MBAs keeping lawyers content in roles

Published: 6Mar2015

A number of the Silver and Magic Circle law firms are offering to part fund MBAs as a method of retaining their top performers, according to recruitment firm Legal Professionals. The legal...

When family ties put business in a bind

Published: 6Mar2015

The exceptional economic success of many European countries in the post-War period was characterised by the wide presence of family firms across the Continent. Particularly, in countries like...

Why corporate social responsibility is evolving

Published: 6Mar2015

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 Christopher Marquis from the Harvard...

Students, Professors are Crafting a New Social Business Curricula

Published: 6Mar2015

In the fall of 2014, the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University began offering one of the first programs of its kind in Canada. Driven largely by student input and faculty...

CP Rail strike ends as two sides agree to arbitration

Published: 6Mar2015

Roughly 3,300 striking engineers and conductors at Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. are headed back to work, but experts say serial government intervention is making future strikes more likely. The...