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Talking Management: The Economy & Canadian Business

Desautels Faculty of Management's Prof. Karl Moore in conversation with Paul Tellier and Dick Evans.

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Published on : 17 Nov 2009

McGill Tops Maclean's Ranking

For the fifth year running, McGill University has nabbed the top spot in the medical doctoral category of this year's Maclean's magazine university rankings.

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Published on : 12 Nov 2009

Talking Management: The CEO's Moment of Truth

Desautels Faculty of Management professor Karl Moore interviews restaurant chain owner Yuri Fulmer.

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Published on : 03 Nov 2009

Professor Henry Mintzberg on Managing

The Economists interviews Desautels Faculty of Management of McGill University Professor Henry Mintzberg on Managing.

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Published on : 30 Oct 2009

Talking Management: Why humility will be prized in managers

Desautels Faculty of Management Prof. Karl Moore speaks with Ed Schein, a senior professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Masschusetts.

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Published on : 27 Oct 2009

Bill Clinton Receives Honorary Degree

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.”

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Published on : 23 Oct 2009

A Study of Management

The Montreal Gazette carries an interviews Prof. Henry Mintzberg about his new book "Managing".

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Published on : 23 Oct 2009

Talking Management: Steps & Funnels: Remodelling Your Business

Creating new technologies is important, but adapting business models to commercialize them is just as essential.

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Published on : 22 Oct 2009

Retiring CEOs Hurt Share Prices

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.

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Published on : 22 Oct 2009

Talking Management: Secrets of success from two Canadian outliers

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.

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Published on : 22 Oct 2009

New Air Canada CEO Makes His Mark

Desautels Faculty of Management Professor Karl Moore discusses the new CEO of Air Canada, Calin Rovinescu's move so far.

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Published on : 21 Oct 2009

McGill Ranks No. 18 in World

McGill University ranked the highest among Canadian universities at number 18 and is the only Canadian school in the top 20.

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Published on : 16 Oct 2009

Henry Mintzberg - Thinkers 50 List

Professor Henry Mintzberg has been named to the Thinkers 50 list - a biennial ranking of business gurus.

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Published on : 16 Oct 2009

DESAUTELS MBA PROGRAM CONTINUES TO CLIMB IN THE ECONOMIST'S GLOBAL RANKINGS

The Desautels School of Management at McGill University has risen to 75th place in The Economist's global survey of full-time MBA programs

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Published on : 15 Oct 2009

HENRY MINTZBERG TURNS THE LEADERSHIP INDUSTRY ON ITS HEAD

Prof. Mintzberg's latest book, Managing, takes aim at the leadership industry, which peddles the notion that learning to lead is learning to manage.

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Published on : 02 Oct 2009