A review of graduate Valerie Knowles' book about William C. Van Horne, the man who pushed through construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway's transcontinental line.
A review of Don Tapscott and graduate David Ticoll's book on corporate transparency.
On the office wall of many a CEO hangs a McGill diploma. We introduce you to several of these high-powered graduates and the companies they keep.
Henry Mintzberg is a Management professor who believes that business schools are getting it all wrong. In his book Managers, Not MBAs he lays out a case for reforming how managers are educated.
Is a good healer born? Is the ability to foster emotional connections with a patient something a healer is born with? Not necessarily, according to the editors of Emotional and Interpersonal Dimensions of Health Services: Enriching the art of care with the science of care.
Fine-tune your investment know-how with the McGill Women's Networking Group.
Management students are looking for the secret of success through social innovation. The Faculty offers many courses on innovation and its social impact on business.
The Grow Home and its successor the Next Home, both conceived by McGill Architecture Professor Avi Friedman, are affordable housing solutions that are gaining in popularity around the world.
McGill graduates Joseph Heath and Andrew Potter argue that most popular attempts at rebelling against the mainstream culture generally end up being absorbed by it.
Alan Hustak's biography of Sir William Hingston, MDCM'1851, shows him "at the centre of Montreal's medical, business, social and political life."