McGill's Christopher Ragan, Cory Leclerc and Karl Moore provide expertise on the economy, bio-derived fuels and the airline industry.
Peter A. Todd, a leading expert in the use and organization of information technology, is the new Dean of McGill's Faculty of Management.
The Canadian branches of the international science and commerce student organization AIESEC held their national conference at McGill. On the table were discussions about networking, internships and working with the corporate world for international development.
A team of four BCom students (Philippe Cantin, Louis-Paul Hetu, Panthea Lee and Elizabeth Rancourt) took bronze at the MMICC (McGill Management International Case Competition), held at McGill March 15-19, 2005.
Professionals and managers who work reduced hours can still keep their careers on track and see their salaries grow, a study by McGill University and Michigan State University has found. And the companies that allow workers to work fewer than 40 hours per week saw that they were able to retain top-level talent, according to the study released today as part of a press briefing at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
Out of ten McGill faculty members, three Management professors were included in the Reporter's list of McGill's top 2004 newsmakers.
McGill MBAs place first in North America on international mobility according to Financial Times global survey
The Financial Times of London survey of 100 MBA programs in the world, released on January 24, 2005, places McGill graduates first in North America – and 11th worldwide – for international mobility. This measure is based on the employment movements of alumni between time of graduation and today. The FT results are based on a survey of the 2001 alumni and an analysis of each school's activities.
Management professor Demetrios Vakratsas won the award for the best marketing communications article written five years ago - "How advertising works: What do we really know?" in the Journal of Marketing.
McGill BCom students put their management skills to the test in a case competition last month where they competed against other business students from across the world. Sponsored by Citigroup and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), the second annual Citigroup International Case Competition took place from October 26-30, 2004, at the HKUST campus in Hong Kong.
Can leadership potential in business students be tapped through painting and Tai Chi? Absolutely, according to world-renowned McGill Management professor Nancy Adler.