We are glad to announce that the Louise and Alan Edwards Foundation is now providing generous support to the BIC PET and Cyclotron Unit, through a grant obtained by long-time BIC user and affiliated member Dr. Petra Schweinhardt, Assistant Professor at McGill's Alan Edwards Centre for Research on Pain. This grant goes towards supporting the highly-qualified personnel of our Cyclotron/PET Unit.
Whole-of-society approach for public health policymaking: a case study of polycentric governance from Quebec, Canada
Authors: Addy, N. A., Poirier, A., Blouin, C., Drager, N. and Dubé, L.
Publication: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
An Innovative Approach to Addressing Childhood Obesity: A Knowledge-Based Infrastructure for Supporting Multi-Stakeholder Partnership Decision-Making in Quebec, Canada
Authors: Addy, N. A., Shaban-Nejad, A., Buckeridge, D. L., and Dubé, L.
Publication: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Management learning at the speed of life: Designing reflective, creative, and collaborative spaces for millenials
Authors: Karakas, F., Manisaligil, A., Sarigollu, E.
Publication: International Journal of Management Education
Misfit and Milestones: Structural Elaboration and Capability Reinforcement in the Evolution of Entrepreneurial Top Management Teams
Authors: Ferguson, A. J., Cohen, L., Burton, M. D. and Beckman, C. M.
Publication: Academy of Management
Karl Moore, Professor of Business Strategy, McGill University discusses the hurdles Bombardier faces and why he says it's inappropriate to compare Bombardier with other Canadian corporate titans that have fallen from grace.
Read full article: BBN, July 24, 2015
If the family-run set-up typifies Indian business, its future is in good hands. The next generation is infusing new entrepreneurial energy to take their firms to greater heights.
... Henry Mintzberg, who has authored several books on business and management, however notes that an MBA, for instance, gives one the tools but not leadership ability and that such degrees can even be counterproductive as they tend to reduce the importance of gut feeling and emotional intelligence.
Dan Shapiro teve uma luz em 2012, quando percebeu que deveria fazer algo para combater o sexismo infiltrado em sua área de atuação profissional.
... Mas a mudança de mentalidade tem que partir da gerência. "São os chefes quem têm que assegurar que as mulheres com filhos sejam valorizadas como todos os outros funcionários", diz Karl Moore, professor de estratégia e organização na Desautels, a escola de negócios da Universidade McGill, em Montreal, no Canadá.
Read full article (in Brazillian Portuguese): BBC Brazil, July 23, 2015