Gerald Ross, Dean of McGill's Faculty of Management, last night received the initial Excellence Award in Corporate Governance from the Federated Press. The award ceremony was part of the Montreal Directors' Summit, attended by prominent speakers, executives and board members.
The Financial Times of London survey of 100 MBA programs in the world, released today, places McGill graduates in the top five in North America for career progress – evaluated both in terms of positions held and size of the company they work for. Worldwide, they place in 16th position for their ascension of the corporate ladder. Additionally, McGill MBAs rank second in North America – and 16th worldwide – for international mobility, a consistently high score for McGill.
The McGill Faculty of Management and the ICD Corporate Governance College announced on July 7, 2004, the launch of the Directors Education Program in Montreal. The program, to be offered at McGill University starting in October 2004, will be the first comprehensive program on governance in the world to be delivered in French.
In a recent book launch, surrounded by friends, relatives, colleagues, and alumni and supporters of McGill, Henry Mintzberg gave an engaging talk about his innovative approach to management.
McGill University experts offer insight on the upcoming federal election on various issues that matter to Canadians.
Henry Mintzberg's cutting edge approach to leadership development is at the heart of a new leadership program which is attracting attention from some of Canada's top companies.
As Poland enters the European Union, a group of emerging Polish business leaders are coming to the McGill Faculty of Management for four days of management training. Following this training, they will spend a few days at a Canadian organization with which they share a strong business interest.
L'Oréal Canada is pleased to send a team of three McGill University students to represent North America at the International Final of the L'Oréal E-Strat Challenge in Paris on April 22.
Looking for experts to offer quick insight on the federal government's March 23 budget? Please consult the following academics who can comment on various issues that matter to Canadians.
A team of McGill MBA students has won first place at one of the largest international case competitions in North America. The Vanderbilt MBA eStrategy Case Competition was held at the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, where 15 top business schools strove to develop a growth strategy for WebMD Envoy.