Men, women and the authority deficit

Published: 24May2017

Desautels Professor Laura Doering recently appeared on CJAD 800 AM to talk gender and jobs. She is the co-author of a study that looked at a non-stereotypically gendered job (a loan manager) to...

Company selected for this UbiMobility 2017 has McGill-HEC EMBA connection

Published: 24May2017

UbiMobility is a program run by Bpifrance and Business France to give companies in the connected and autonomous car space a leg up in the United States. The program can boast several successes: Of...

Toward a New Bretton Woods Agreement

Published: 23May2017

Desautels Professor of Finance, Reuven Brenner, was recently published in American Affairs Journal, a quarterly journal of public policy and political thought.

Dobson Cup winners turn food waste into gourmet mushrooms

Published: 23May2017

Myco-Rise is a Montreal-area startup that uses food waste and vermicomposting to grow gourmet mushrooms for local restaurants and individuals....

Management and the millennial challenge

Published: 19May2017

A recent episode of Desautels Professor Karl Moore’s The CEO Series podcast takes a deep-dive into a subject at the top of many a manager’s mind: millennial workers, their needs, and the management...

How introverted managers can best interact with extroverted employees

Published: 19May2017

In an article for Thinkers 50, Desautels Professor Karl Moore discusses how introverted managers can best direct extroverts....

Connectivity is more than a smartphone and online access

Published: 18May2017

A recent article in Graphic Arts makes the point that the word “connectivity” brings to mind images of smartphones and online transactions, but that according to Desautels Professor Henry Mintzberg...

AMT rejects Bombardier bid for new train cars, goes with Chinese firm

Published: 18May2017

At one point, Bombardier would have been a shoo-in for the contract to build new commuter-train cars for Montreal’s Agence Métropolitaine de Transport, but not this time....

Brightly-lit Jacques-Cartier Bridge ideal for the Instagram age

Published: 18May2017

A Montreal Gazette op-ed co-authored by Just For Laughs co-founder (and Desautels Global Expert) Andy Nulman (BCom'83) makes the case that the new lights on the Jacques-Cartier Bridge, which were...

Andrea Courey talks about granola, entrepreneurship and compassion

Published: 17May2017

Andrea Courey (BCom’82) was newly divorced, with three kids to feed and no money in the bank when she started Grandma Emily’s Granola. She credits her BCom education with giving her the tools she...