A talk by Nadia Lefter, LLM in International Human Rights Law, University of Essex, UK, and Research Assistant at the Centre for Human Rights & Legal Pluralism.
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PhD Oral Defense: Chemical properties of organic amendments influence nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural soils
PhD Oral Defense of Anaïs Charles, Natural Resource Sciences.
Dr Chris Paredis from the G.W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering and H.M.
Featuring speakers Mark Z.
McGill crée un Master de Gestion en Finance - Les étudiants gèrent eux-mêmes la société de gestion de placements Desautels
La Faculté de gestion Desautels de l'Université McGill crée un nouveau Master de Gestion en Finance (MMF) sur douze mois. Le programme du MMF a été pensé pour préparer les étudiants ayant suivi des formations académiques variées aux métiers de la finance, notamment dans les domaines des services bancaires d'investissement, de la gestion des actifs, de la finance d'entreprise, de la gestion des risques et du conseil financier.
McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management knows a lot about business education. The Montreal-based evenko, one of the world’s top concert promoters, knows a lot about organizing one-of-a-kind events. Working together, the two organizations have come up with an unusual and ambitious one-day business conference that will feature a roster of star speakers, including Wayne Gretzky, cosmetics pioneer Lise Watier and Scotty Bowman, who coached NHL teams to nine Stanley Cups.
APEX 2016 is the brainchild of evenko’s Brent Steer, BCom’09.
The 36th Desautels Management Achievement Awards (DMAA) was held on February 6th. The event serves to recognize and honour the achievements of the leaders in Canadian business, and to provide an opportunity for students to network with industry professionals.
Read full article: The Bull and Bear, 11 February, 2016
Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University with Talking Management for The Globe and Mail, talks with Maurice Schweitzer, a professor at the Wharton Business School.
Watch full video: The Globe and Mail, 10 February, 2016
There are two different kinds of acquisitions: ‘scale acquisitions’ and ‘bolt-on acquisitions’, and we tend to focus on the latter. We like to buy a technology and ‘plug it in’, because our sales force and distribution channel are second to none. The last six deals we’ve done were all about technologies or products that we wanted to own. In these cases, some of the management team stays with us, but we’re really taking on a new product and adding it to our existing culture.