Desautels Faculty of Management news
Back in 2010, I suggested a radical solution for the housing crisis. It wasn't radical in the sense of it never having been done - and even done prominently in the US - but only in the sense that it was practiced a few centuries ago, and then forgotten.
“Mindfulness” is one of those unconventional ideas that is slowly moving into the mainstream. Executives used to view it as a practice seized upon by airy-fairy followers of charlatan yogis. But now it is common to recognize the benefits that mindfulness, and the meditation associated with it, can bring to people in the workplace.
Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, speaks to Jennifer Heil, one of Canada’s great Olympic athletes.
Prosperity happens when brains are matched with capital, and all sides are held accountable: the "brains", the "capital" and the "matchmakers". In every society and at all times one can raise capital either through private or government "matchmakers".
A senior aide to the prime minister is moving into a government affairs job with Air Canada, raising pointed questions about the strength of ethical rules governing the post-political lives of government staffers on Parliament Hill.
Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, speaks to Jone Pearce, a leadership professor at the University of California, Irvine.
Do you ever disconnect, even for just a few minutes? Think about the last time you used your “off button.” Was it at home over the weekend? On vacation? Or were you at the office? BlackBerrys, iPhones, Androids, iPads, and all their digital relatives are transforming our lives — for better and for worse. They are also changing the nature of how and when (and where) work gets done.
Inside Harvard’s new innovation laboratory in Allston, amid the flashing video screens, blaring soundtracks, and cacophony of would-be entrepreneurs making pitches, Harvard Business School dean Nitin Nohria leaned toward two students, nodding attentively.
Due to flooding, the Bronfman Building at 1001 Sherbrooke St. W., is temporarily closed. Please see attached table for a list of affected courses and their new locations.
A recent study has brought to fore a paradoxical situation in the state of health of Indians where lifestyle diseases like heart ailments are fast overtaking poverty-related killers like diarrhea and tuberculosis.
Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, speaks with Peter Cappelli, a senior professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Pascal Lépine (EMBA'12): Je pense à trois réalisations qui me rendent très fiers. Tout d'abord, mon implication sociale auprès de plusieurs organisations, dont PROMIS, qui vient en aide aux nouveaux arrivants.