Reality dictates that there is actually more than enough food on this planet, not to mention vastly more food-growing potential, than we have all been led to believe by social engineers and the mainstream media.
About Benoit La Salle:
Benoit La Salle is a Fellow Chartered Accountant (FCPA, FCA), a member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants and holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree (McGill) and a Masters of Business Administration. In 1980, Mr. La Salle founded Grou, La Salle & Associates, Chartered Accountants. In 1995, Mr. La Salle founded SEMAFO Inc. and held the position of President and Chief Executive Officer of the organization until August 2012. He now acts as President and Chief Executive Officer of Windiga Energy Inc.
"What Clients Don't Get About My Profession: A Model of Perceived Role-Based Image Discrepancies," Academy of Management Journal
Authors: Vough, Heather; Cardador, M. Teresa; Bednar, Jeffrey S.; Dane, Erik; Pratt, Michael G.
Publication: Academy of Management Journal, August 2013
Entrepreneurial undergrads wanted
Do you know amazing students that are serious about entrepreneurship? Canada's top program for young leaders and entrepreneurs is seeking ambitious, innovative undergraduates from all disciplines in their final 2 years of study, and those who have graduated in the past 6 months.
Why should students apply?
Russell Seidle, doctoral student in the Strategy & Organization area, will be presenting his thesis defense titled:
The Implications of Organizational Learning Types for Technological Innovation
Doctoral student in Strategy & Organization, McGill University
"Beyond the "i" in the Obesity Epidemic: A Review of Social Relational and Network Interventions on Obesity," Journal of Obesity
Authors: Leroux, Janette S.; Moore, Spencer D.; Dubé, Laurette
Publication: Journal of Obesity, 2013
"Mixed Signals: A Dynamic Analysis of Warranty Provision in the Automotive Industry, 1960-2008," Strategic Management Journal
Authors: Etzion, Dror; Pe'er, Aviad A.
Publication: Strategic Management Journal, 2013
Professors Faraj and Vaast's Insight Grant Ranked First by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
Desautels Professors Samer Faraj and Emmanuelle Vaast’s Insight Grant to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), entitled: "Complex Collaboration in Communities of Innovation," was ranked 1st out of 90 applications in Committee 435-3C and was awarded $189,409 in the competition year 2012-2013.
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Dean Todd, Desautels Faculty of Management: