How do you like your morning coffee - black or double-double? How about an espresso or a vanilla latté, with or without an extra pump of vanilla and whipped cream? What shirt will you wear? How about your shoes? Will you drive to work or take the subway?
You haven't even started your day, but you already have been bombarded with decisions that must be made.
"Hybrid Simulation-Analytical Modeling Approaches for the Reverse Logistics Network Design of a Third-Party Logistics Provider," Computers and Industrial Engineering
Authors: Suyabatmaz, Ali Çetin; Altekin, Fatma Tevhide; Şahin, Güvenç
Publication: Computers and Industrial Enginering, April 2014
Authors: Mignerat, Muriel; Lapointe, Liette; Vedel, Isabelle
Publication: Health Policy and Technology, 2014
Now accepting applications.
WHAT IS THE MDC START-UP COMPETITION?
Do you want guidance on how to write your social enterprise or for-profit start-up plan for the MDC Start-UP Competition? This workshop is for you!
The MDC Start-UP Competition is giving away $60,000 in prizes - 2 page start-up plans are due the week of March 19-26.
Open to EVERYONE affiliated with McGill.
You'll be given guidance on what should be included in your social enterprise or for-profit start-up plan. If you are looking to win from $60k in prizes, be sure to put all the odds on your side.
Des chercheurs utilisent les données enregistrées à la caisse de supermarchés de certains quartiers afin d’améliorer les habitudes alimentaires
Using checkout grocery data from Montreal neighborhoods as tool to combat unhealthy food choices
When it comes to combining both sport and academic achievement it is hard to top Simon and Hélène Bibeau, siblings who attend Montreal’s McGill University.
Simon Bibeau, 22, is the starting point guard for McGill’s men’s outfit, the two-time Quebec conference champion who will lead the sixth-ranked Redmen into the Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s basketball championship, beginning Friday in Ottawa.
In a recent New York Times column, “How to Get a Job at Google,” Thomas Friedman interviews Laszlo Bock, the company’s senior vice president for people operations (which seems to be Google-speak for talent management). Bock notes that because constant innovation is increasingly a group endeavor, people who succeed in the company “tend to be those with a lot of soft skills: leadership, humility, collaboration, adaptability, and loving to learn and re-learn.”
Authors: Strumpf, Erin; Faraj, Samer; Verter, Vedat