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Organizational Behaviour

Big picture is better: The social implications of construal level for advice taking

Publications: Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes

Authors: Jean-Nicolas Reyt, Batia M. WiesenfeldYaacov Trope. 


Published: 10Jun2016

The Erosion of Expert Control Through Censure Episodes

Author: Huising, Ruthanne

Publication: Organization Science, November 2014 


Published: 17Dec2014

Career Discovery Series – HR Week: Speed Mock Interviews for students studying HR/OB, Labour Relations


This is an opportunity to get immediate feedback on your interview skills through the Speed Mock Interviews with 2 BCom Alumni.

Thesis Defense - Christine Bataille, McGill University

Bronfman Building Room 340, 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1G5, CA

Ms. Christine Bataille, a doctoral student at McGill University in the Organizational Behaviour area will be defending her research titled: 

Seminar: Sunny Kim, Northwestern University

Bronfman Building Room 245, 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1G5, CA

The Moral Credentials of Organizational Diversity

Sunny Kim
Northwestern University

Seminar: Daisy Chung, Stanford University

Bronfman Building Room 245, 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1G5, CA

Between Social Cause and Industrial Commodity: How Commercial Actors Gain Legitimacy from Movement Challenge

Daisy Chung
Stanford University

Mattel to Buy Mega Bloks

Mattel has made a friendly takeover offer for Montreal-based toy maker Mega Brands Inc., which has the world’s No. 2 line of construction sets after Lego. Desautels Executive in Residence Melissa Sonberg comments on the takeover.  

Watch full interview: Global Montreal, February 28, 2014 

Published: 28Feb2014

Cross-border Business Teams and the Entertainment Arena

More and more companies are abandoning traditional organisational structures and creating cross-border teams of people who live and work thousands of miles apart.

But there’s a catch. Nancy J Adler, the S Bronfman Chair in Management at McGill University in Montreal, puts it like this: “Interconnectedness through modern technology has deluded many people. There is the false assumption that just because we can reach anyone in the world so easily through e-mail or Skype, we are therefore all the same.”

Published: 29Jan2014