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Professor Venkat Venkatraman and David J. McGrath, Jr., professor in management/chairman, Information Systems department, Boston University School of Management. Click on "More information" to view lecture material.
MBA students and the Desautels Faculty of Management have been awarded the 2006 PGSS Strength of the Society Award, which is given to the faculty that made the greatest contribution to PGSS internal committees.
Jean-François Courville, BCom'91, President and CEO, State Street Canada, Toronto, is on the Globe and Mail's Top 40 Under 40 list.
Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies Henry Mintzberg has been awarded this year's Canada Council for the Arts Molson Prize in the Social Sciences and Humanities for his outstanding lifetime and ongoing contribution to the cultural and intellectual life of Canada.
On April 11, Professor Henry Mintzberg was awarded the 2006 Prix Gérard-Parizeau. Created in 2000 by the Fonds Gérard-Parizeau, the prize is awarded to a professor or researcher for the exceptional merit of his research work in finance, economics or history. Professor Mintzberg was nominated for his outstanding, insightful research that has deepened the understanding of managing all types of organizations -- business, governmental and voluntary, large and small, local and international; his exploration of the nature of managerial work across sectors and across the world; and his passion for developing reflective managers who learn from themselves and each other.
L'Oréal's innovative recruitment tool, L'Oréal e-Strat Challenge, acknowledged the outstanding achievement of Canada's McGill University at the International Final held yesterday in Paris. Teammates Jackin Ngan Kwong, Wang Leung and Pamela Ly-Peng placed second at the undergraduate level by demonstrating their business savvy before an executive panel of some of the L'Oréal Group's most senior management as well as international figures from business consulting and media circles.
Some investors seem to be taking advantage of a loophole in financial regulations to cast shareholder votes that are far out of proportion to the number of shares they actually own, suggests a new academic study, "Vote Trading and Information Aggregation." The study, by finance professors Susan Christoffersen of McGill University in Montreal, Christopher Geczy and David Musto of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and Adam Reed of the University of North Carolina, has been circulating in academic circles for several months. Click "Details" for the full article.
Professor Karl Moore was quoted in the April 10 Globe and Mail, about the growing interaction between corporate and government sectors. Laurette Dubé and Karl are doing research into how corporate, government and NGO sectors work together. Professor Moore was also quoted in the April 9 La Presse about the joys of life in Montreal versus Toronto, where he grew up.
"The Restructuring of Municipal Services: A Canada - United States Comparison," by Robert Hebdon and Patrice Jalette (Université de Montréal)