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Number of women studying for MBAs at universities rises as China and Japan pave the way for future female business executives

The traditionally male-dominated world of business education – particularly on Master of Business Administration (MBA) courses – is going through a major change as more and more women join the ranks – spear-headed by those in Asia, research shows.
... Even Japan – which is known to have very few females in senior positions, such as commerce, industry, and government – is bucking-the-trend as the MBA programme in Tokyo, which is run by Canada’s Desautels Faculty of Management, is almost half female.

Published: 31Jul2015

MCCHE Consumer Behaviour Webinar and Discussion Series


Increasing Canadians’ Consumption of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables with the Half Your Plate Program

The CEO Series: Justin Trudeau, Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada

Interview by Karl Moore

Justin Trudeau is inextricably associated with his father, the great Canadian Prime Minister, Pierre Trudeau. But, that doesn’t mean he hasn’t made a name for himself. Justin was also raised by two people—his father, and his Anglophone, Vancouver-born mother, Margaret.

Listen to the interview: CJAD, July 22, 2015

Published: 28Jul2015

Unleashing sustainability transformations through robust action

Authors: Etzion, D., Gehman, J., Ferraro, F. and Avidan, M.
Publication: Journal of Cleaner Production


Published: 28Jul2015

Bombardier down but not out

Karl Moore, Professor of Business Strategy, McGill University discusses the hurdles Bombardier faces and why he says it's inappropriate to compare Bombardier with other Canadian corporate titans that have fallen from grace.

Read full article: BBN, July 24, 2015

Published: 27Jul2015