Idealizing specific body types in the workplace causes inequities

Published: 20 December 2023

When you think of a shopping centre Santa Claus, a specific body type comes to mind: a bearded, rosy-cheeked, older, white man. In fact, many work in fields where their bodies are intentionally...

Gender homophily: In-group citation preferences and the gender disadvantage

Published: 5 December 2023

Authors: Sifan Zhou, Sen Chai and Richard B. Freeman Publication: Research Policy Volume 53, Issue 1, January 2024, 104895

Airbus Canada welcomes McGill students to Mirabel

Published: 13 October 2023

Last month, over 70 McGill students from different academic disciplines took part in a tour of Airbus Canada’s headquarters in Mirabel, Airbus’ most important headquarters outside of Europe....

Research challenging a startup orthodoxy wins multiple Academy of Management awards

Published: 12 October 2023

Rapid scaling funded through venture capital is the holy grail of Silicon Valley startups—and has been hailed as a way to encourage economic growth in impoverished places. Yet, slower growth could...

Samer Faraj, Professor of Strategy & Organization, named a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

Published: 6 September 2023

Professor Samer Faraj has been named a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada’s Academy of Social Sciences. This honour is conferred upon Professor Faraj in recognition of his outstanding research...

New book by Prof. Henry Mintzberg brings together decades of observation and analysis

Published: 4 July 2023

Prof. Henry Mintzberg has been observing, advising and researching organizations since the early 1970s, and has had a profound influence on their study. The most recent book from the John Cleghorn...

Ph.D. Jack Sadek and Prof. Robert Nason's paper receives OMT Division Best Paper Award

Published: 25 May 2023

Ph.D. Student in Strategy & Organization Jack Sadek and Associate Professor in Strategy & Organization Robert Nason’s co-authored paper titled “Too Legit to Quit: Discursive Strategies in...

Delve Spring 2023 digital magazine

Published: 8 March 2023

What will the firm of the future—and the future of work—look like? In the face of societal and generational change, will organizational hierarchies fall flat?


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