Tanya Graber, a resident of Switzerland, researched fashion retailer Aldo on the Internet before her vacation to New York City.
“We saw these handbags and we wanted to buy these handbags,” Graber said, gesturing to the camel-colored leather model on the checkout counter at the company’s store on Lexington Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.
... The retailer has a value of $1.7 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg, making Aldo’s executive chairman, Aldo Bensadoun (BCom'64, LLD'12), a billionaire.
On April 8, the CA program awarded two mid-program scholarships to 8 CA students.
The Lionel Pelham Kent Scholarship was awarded to Mathieu Laflamme, Charles Leclerc, Patrick Provencher, and Marc-Olivier McCraw. Established in 1998 in memory of Lionel Pelham Kent, CA, the scholarship is given to a team of final year students based on outstanding skills in written and oral communication as presented in a case competition.
Professor Dror Etzion was selected as a finalist of this year's Giarratani Rising Star Award (GRSA) for his paper entitled, “Institutional logics and environmental strategy in the office furniture industry.” The three finalists and winner will be honoured at the upcoming Industry Studies Conference in late May where they will present their work in a special session with a senior leader in the field.
Read more about the GRSA.
eKutir’s new project VeggieLite is a recipient of Grand Challenges India 2014, supported by the Gates Foundation, USAID and DBT, the Indian government’s anti-poverty scheme.
"Pricing Decisions of Skill-Based Products: The Role of Used-Product Markets," Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management
Authors: Qiu, Chun; Messinger, Paul R.
Publication: Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management, April 2014
Nous voici donc face à l’icône.
Talking Management with Karl Moore: The Tough Slog of Making a Company Agile and Socially Responsible
Professor Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University speaks to management professor Ed Lawler from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business.
Read full transcript: The Globe and Mail, April 9, 2014
Chasing Demand and Earning in a Changing Environment
University of Chicago
Date: April 11, 2014
Time: 02:00 pm - 03:30 pm
Location: Room 310
Isolated attempts to curb the growing obesity pandemic are doomed to fail to reach their potential, according to recent research from the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University.
It seems that a number of people want to be scientists, or at least in the sense of ostensibly adding credibility to their respective field of work. Economists (of which I’ve been a practitioner since 1982) and those in the leadership field (yours truly since the early nineties) covet the science moniker. Adding the word “science” adds a certain cachet to one’s profession.