The Berlin Wall fell 25 years ago; hence we are now hearing a good deal about it. We are not, however, hearing much about the adverse impact this has been having on so many lives ever since. While the collapse of the wall freed the East Berliners of the shackles of communism, vast numbers of people around the world have since been shackled by another dogma, thanks to a misunderstanding of what brought that wall down.
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Career Discovery Series – A Technology Coffee Chat with Dan Pilat, Managing Director and Co-Founder of concept9
Join us Thursday, November 13th, for a Technology Coffee Chat with Dan Pilat, Managing Director and Co-Founder of concept9!
This is an opportunity for you to meet a former IS major who will be happy to discuss his career path, why he chose to study IS and answer any questions you may have.
Come prepared with questions as this event is intended as a group discussion and not a lecture or presentation. Coffee will be served!
[McGill Dobson Cup Start-UP Competition, Second Place Winner in For Profit track: LifePack is a light-weight, powerfully insulating, environmentally-friendly shipping container for temperature sensitive medical materials. Compared to current shipping methods, LifePak reduces packaging waste by 50% and shipping costs by up to 35%.]
On the Value of Terrorist's Private Information in Government's Defensive Resource Allocation Problem
Authors: Mohammad E. Nikoofal & Mehmet Gumus
Publication: IIE Transactions
Radial and non-radial approaches for environmental assessment by Data Envelopment Analysis: Corporate sustainability and effective investment for technology innovation
Author: Sueyoshi, T., Wang, D.
Publication: Energy Economics
Author: Marques, J.C.
Publication: Journal of Business Ethics
From the time it was first conceived in 1943 by the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, the Executive MBA has traditionally been a degree offered by large corporations to their top executives. Times have changed though and, especially over the last decade, the background of the typical EMBA participant is no longer reserved for corporate climbers. Doctors, lawyers, NGO professionals, creatives and entrepreneurs often make up today’s EMBA cohorts alongside more traditional demographics.
Dear MBA students,
We wish to bring your attention to an opportunity to participate in the 3rd Annual Sustainable Innovation through Green Chemistry Workshop and Case Competition, January 16-17, 2015. The event will bring masters-level students and practitioners from the areas of management, chemistry, and engineering, to learn about sustainable development and product design. Students will then apply their knowledge and compete as integrated teams.
Louise Richer, who is a current participant in the EMBA McGill-HEC Montreal Program, was awarded the Prix Femmes d’Affaires du Québec last night, in the category for NGO/Non-profit. She is the Directrice Générale de l’Ecole Nationale de l’humour, and she was one of the EMBA scholarship recipients this year.
... Louise Richer Directrice générale et pédagogique École nationale de l’humour