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Chaque samedi, un financier répond à nos questions. Il donne sa lecture des marchés, offre son point de vue sur la Bourse et lance quelques conseils d'investissement. Cette semaine, Ken Lester, de Gestion d'actifs Lester à Montréal.
Dr. Joanne Liu (IMHL Module 4 participant) has been elected President of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) International, effective October 1, 2013.
The Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas (IPLAI) invites proposals for informal reading groups in the interdisciplinary humanities. IPLAI will provide space for approved seminars, and help with organization and advertising.
Il est plus que temps de se libérer de l’opposition stérile entre gouvernements et entreprises privées et du dogme du « tout au marché » pour enfin revenir à une approche plus équilibrée qui ferait une place à part entière à une troisième sorte d’acteurs issus de la société, estime le célèbre expert en gestion montréalais Henry Mintzberg.
Lire l'article complet: Le Devoir, le 06 juillet 2013
Professor Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University speaks to Joe Andrew, Global Chair of Dentons, one of the top 10 largest law firms in the world.
Read full transcript: The Globe and Mail, July 3, 2013
A group of students from Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, Montreal recently won a $100,000 grant from Grand Challenges Canada to field test an ingenious and low-cost water purification device that could potentially save millions of lives in developing countries.
Harvard’s Michael Porter Strategy during a Recession interviewed by McGill’s Karl Moore.
Watch full interview: Supply Chain Today, June 30, 2013
The hybrid car battery evaluation device company, Myway Plus Co. Ltd (Yokohama-shi, Osamu Hoshino (MBA Japan'12), President), together with IHI and Alps Electric, have developed a mobile electrical storage system. The product is half the size compared to conventional products, and it is also the world’s first water and dust proof mobile electrical energy storage system. It can be used under the scorching sun or in rain, and expected to be an alternative to the generator in outdoor construction and disaster.
Professor Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University speaks to Charles Galunic, a professor at INSEAD in France.
Read full article: The Globe and Mail, June 25, 2013
How Did Black Sabbath Get Their First Number One Album in 46 Years? By Reclaiming Their Original Blueprint
Ozzy Osbourne sold 100 million albums worldwide as a solo artist and as a founding member of Black Sabbath. He was a television star and sat comfortably on the throne of his (and his wife Sharon’s) own making. Yet he still dreamed of a greater feat. “I suppose the one ambition I have left,” he wrote in his bestselling 2009 memoir, I Am Ozzy, “is to get a number one album in America.”
We are pleased to announce that McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management has been granted the prestigious European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) accreditation for a five-year period by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).
Nous sommes ravis d’annoncer que la Faculté de gestion Desautels de l’université McGill a obtenu l’agrément prestigieux European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) pour une période de cinq ans décerné par l’European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).
Later this month, a plane will be sent up high into the skies near Montreal to ensure flying conditions are ideal. Then, if its pilots give the go-ahead, spectators will hold their breath and the Bombardier CSeries jet will take off for its much-anticipated maiden flight.
“The CSeries is, not quite, but almost bet-your-company for Bombardier,” said McGill University business professor Karl Moore, noting that the company also runs a large rail division.
Whether you are a shelf stocker at Walmart, a second-year associate at a consulting company, or an equity analyst at an investment bank, you may feel that you are not adequately compensated for the work you do; in other words, you are underpaid. But underpaid relative to what? How do employers determine compensation levels, and what consequences can these decisions have for an organization?
Professor Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University speaks withTarun Khanna, professor at the Harvard Business School and director of Harvard’s South Asia Institute.
Read full transcript: The Globe and Mail, June 11, 2013