As part of the Faculty of Management Leaders Speaker Series, Jacques Lamarre, President and Chief Executive Officer of the SNC-Lavalin Group, will be here to speak to Management students.
Information Systems Seminar - Toward contextualized theories of trust: The role of trust in global virtual teams
Dr Sandy Staples, School of Business, Queen's University. All are cordially invited to attend.
Santropol Roulant is a local not-for-profit organization, and everyone is invited to attend this novel event. The main attraction: a "Bike Blender" - a stationary bike that powers a blender that makes fresh fruit smoothies. Santropol Roulant cakes and clothes will also be sold.
Toby Heaps (BA'00, Economics and International Development) is a journalist and correspondent, and editor and publisher of "Corporate Knights" magazine, whose mission is "to make business more responsible by enhancing transparency in ways that clarify which companies are leading - and lagging - the charge to a better world. Refreshments will be served.
Chitu Okoli, Concordia University. The open source movement continues to puzzle those most comfortable with the traditional economic model of software development where the large fixed cost of development is offset by mass distribution under strictly controlled intellectual property licenses. Although impressive, it is important to rigorously establish whether or not the non-traditional open source approach is a viable means of creating high-quality public information goods. Come learn more!
The Faculty of Management and the McGill Centraide Committee present this annual event featuring a wide array of high-quality items, from travel and restaurant certificates to jewelry to artwork and fine books. Admission includes one free beer (courtesy of McAuslan). Finger food will be served.
AIESEC members will be holding a candlelight vigil on the steps of the Arts Building to honour the victims of last week's tragic accident, which claimed the lives of Maria Leticia Mora and Cristina Mejia Dahl. All welcome.
The rivalry between the McGill MBA Rugby Football Club and Harvard dates back to 1874. Come cheer on your MBA classmates; a group of fans will depart for Olympic Stadium from Bronfman at 10:30 am. Event includes prizes to be won by fans and post-match celebration at 8 pm, at Cheers (1260 Mackay St, south of St. Catherine); MBAs and guests invited to attend. A guaranteed night of song, laughter and good times awaits! See you on the pitch!
More than 40 international scholars from some 16 countries, as far away as New Zealand, will gather at the Faculty of Management's International Executive Institute. For further information please visit the conference website.
For the 6th year in a row, the Management Science Research Centre (MSRC) and the MMM program are co-hosting the Annual Supply Chain Management Conference. This year's topic may interest researchers in the areas of globalization and international business. Program includes practitioners from a variety of multinational organizations. Anyone interested is most welcome to attend.