Desautels Faculty of Management news
Many increasingly put great emphasis on pursuing employee engagement. Simply put, we believe that the pursuit of employee engagement as an end goal is a strategic error. To get great employee engagement you must first start with engaging the top leadership. Read full article: Forbes, August 31, 2016
Introverts can make great networkers—that’s what really came home to me last night. Rather than acting like my usual extroverted self at a group gathering, I thought I should network half the time like an introvert, and it worked like a charm! Read full article: Huffington Post, September 1, 2016
Advicenne, le laboratoire spécialisé dans le développement et la commercialisation de produits thérapeutiques innovants destinés aux enfants souffrant de maladies neurologiques et nephrologiques rares ou négligées, a annoncé l’arrivée de Ludovic Robin au poste de Directeur Général Délégué, en charge du business et de la stratégie dès le mois de septembre 2016. Ludovic Robin est Docteur en Pharmacie (PharmD, Lyon I), titulaire d’un Master en Pharmacie Industrielle (IPIL, Lyon I) et d’un MBA (HEC Paris-McGill/Montréal).
I followed an unusual career path to get to where I am today. For the past three years, I have been working in management consulting for KPMG, a job I didn’t know existed a few years ago and a far cry from being a touring singer/songwriter. I looked at several MBA programs while deciding. In the end, I chose McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management because of the high GMAT average of those accepted into the program, the global make-up of the student body and because McGill is a brand that travels well, since I wanted to be able to work internationally in the future.
At McGill University, a new generation of entrepreneurs is sprouting up across campus, supported by the business school. Starting this month, students from five faculties (arts, science, engineering, music, and agriculture and environmental sciences) can pursue minors in entrepreneurship, with finance, accounting, marketing and other business fundamentals taught by professors from the Desautels Faculty of Management.
Earlier today, Ferring Pharmaceuticals announced a $2 million donation to McGill to establish the Ferring Fellowships in Health Leadership in the Desautels Faculty of Management in the International Masters for Health Leadership Program (IMHL Program). The donation will also provide support for the renovation of the Desautels Faculty facilities. Read full article: McGill Reporter, September 1, 2016
McGill will be able to create fellowships in health sciences and health leadership as well as expand environmental research in the Arctic, thanks to a $2-million donation from Ferring Canada, a subsidiary of Ferring Pharmaceuticals, as was announced on Thursday, Sept. 1.
Ferring Canada, a subsidiary of Ferring Pharmaceuticals, is proud to announce a $2 million donation to McGill University in Montreal, Canada that will be used to create fellowships in health and health leadership, and to finance environmental research in the Canadian Arctic.
TORONTO – September 1, 2016 – Ferring Canada, a subsidiary of Ferring Pharmaceuticals, is proud to announce a $2 million donation to McGill University in Montreal, Canada that will be used to create fellowships in health and health leadership, and to finance environmental research in the Canadian Arctic.
Using insights from his forthcoming book on millennials, Karl Moore of McGill University joins BNN for a look at why leading and managing doesn't work with this demographic, and why you need to listen more and talk less to let millennials excel if you want your business to succeed. Read full article: BNN, August 26, 2016
Comme la plupart des chefs d'entreprise, Marie-Danielle Bourdon se fie beaucoup à son instinct. «Je suis mon intuition, mais j'aime avoir des chiffres pour la valider», confie-t-elle. C'est pourquoi elle s'est inscrite en 2011 à l'EMBA McGill-HEC Montréal, qu'elle a terminé deux ans plus tard. Lire l'article complet: Les Affaires, le 27 Août 2016
Young workers need to be managed differently. Karl Moore tells us why collaboration is more important than hierarchy when it comes to getting the best out of the new workforce. Listen to the full interview: ABC, August 27, 2016
In our eighth annual Executive Survival Guide, we show you how to do business with an egomaniac, build a brand like Drake, climb the corporate ladder (without stepping on anyone), avoid Snapchat snafus and ditch underperformers—gently. If you’re looking for a slightly more formal education experience, we’ll also help you find the right EMBA or MBA program. McGill University/HEC Montréal
Engineering is the most male-dominated field in STEM. It may perhaps be the most male-dominated profession in the U.S., with women making up only 13% of the engineering workforce.
After more than a decade of rising in the ranks of the public service, I began to question my career path. It was a career like many that had taken time to build. As a Canadian diplomat, I looked to a potential future with a great salary, a pension, international travel, and most of all, the prestige of representing Canada on the world stage.