Desautels Faculty of Management news
Desautels Faculty of Management Prof. Karl Moore speaks with Ed Schein, a senior professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Masschusetts.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton accepted his honorary Doctor of Laws degree from McGill by urging his audience to tackle world issues by fostering a “communitarian consciousness.”
When Prof. Paul Kalyta calculated share price performance in the three years after CEOs retired at the 388 companies he studied, the average loss was 0.3%. Among companies whose CEOs received performance-based SERPs, the average decline was 8%. The real kicker: Much of the fudging breaks no laws.
Using Malcolm Gladwell's book Outliers as a starting point, Paul Tellier and Dick Evans talk about the skills they honed after thousands of hours in business and government with Prof. Karl Moore.
The Desautels School of Management at McGill University has risen to 75th place in The Economist's global survey of full-time MBA programs
Prof. Mintzberg's latest book, Managing, takes aim at the leadership industry, which peddles the notion that learning to lead is learning to manage.