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Upcoming Seminar - Effective Strategies for Competitive Markets

Bronfman Building Unit 601, 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1G5, CA

Pursue opportunities to grow, innovate and create value


Upcoming Seminar - Influence and Assertiveness

Bronfman Building Unit 601, 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1G5, CA

Elevate your power and impact to build cooperation and get results


Upcoming Mini-MBA- Integrated Management Thinking (IMT) - Toronto

Mississauga ON

Mini-MBA capstone experience for decision-makers


Has the U.S. turned a corner toward less urban sprawl?

The urban street network is one of the most permanent features of cities. Once laid down, the pattern of streets determines urban form and the level of sprawl for decades to come. In the U.S., urban sprawl has become an enduring hallmark of the past century. Yet, there are some glimmers of hope.

Published: 15Jun2015

Schulich Professor Jon Wild uses auto-tune to make a Renaissance theorists dream come true.

One music theorist greatly invested in the topic was Nicola Vicentino (1511–c.1575) who, inspired by the writings of the ancient Greeks, wrote a treatise proposing a 31-tone division of the octave. […] This "what if" scenario captured the imagination of Jon Wild, associate professor of theory and composition at McGill University's Schulich School of Music, who studied the treatise and soon realized he could use modern Auto-Tune software to bring Vicentino's startling ideas to life nearly 500 years later.

Published: 15Jun2015

Montreal Baroque Festival

Strathcona Music Building 555 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1E3, CA

The Sunday Edition, May 31, 2015

Animal rights; Mintzberg on "rebalancing society"; Stiller & Meara; Dying in Switzerland; ALEC

Listen to the full episode: CBC, May 31, 2015

Published: 12Jun2015

Upcoming Seminar - Negotiating for Success

Bronfman Building Unit 601, 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1G5, CA

Conclude win-win agreements with collaborative negotiations


Total Assimilation Outcomes in Migration Studies

It is possible to be too successful as an immigrant group. Scholars of migration studies have come to identify a pattern of immigrant groups that are so successful that they assimilate into their new countries to the point of disappearing altogether, because overtime their outcome is such that they simply cannot be distinguished from the local population.

Published: 12Jun2015