Desautels Faculty of Management news
How do you sell real estate today when you are unsure of its pricing and legal procedures? Reuven Brenner, of the Desautels Faculty of Management discusses this topic.
Visionary business leader… senior civil servant… charismatic personality… transformational leader. The Honourable Paul Tellier is all of these.
Professor Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, speaks to a CEO from Edinburgh’s Standard Life Worldwide, David Nish.
"If you're in business, you need to know the basics of technology," says Animesh Animesh, assistant professor of information systems at the Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University. "That's what we're doing in our classes so that our students have the exposure to technology in their business classes they need for the new reality."
Quebec native and McGill MBA graduate Claude Mongeau is not content to rest on the imposing legacies of his predecessors, Paul Tellier and Hunter Harrison, who moulded CN corporation into one of North America's strongest rail companies.
Professor Reuven Brenner discusses how direct democracy has brought about greater accountability to Switzerland. But California's attempt has placed two conflicting propositions on its ballot, potentially confusing voters.
The day Nancy Adler arrived in Montreal three decades ago to teach management at McGill University is still vividly etched in her mind. Perhaps it’s because she is also an artist.
Canadian Business Magazine has unveiled its MBA Guide 2010 for students, showcasing the graduate-level business schools across Canada. Results show that the Desautels MBA Program has the highest post-graduation starting salary with an average of C$103,000.Desautels MBA students also have the second highest GMAT score in all of Canada, at 668.
« On a besoin d'un cadre international pour aider les entreprises à gérer des nouvelles technologies qu'elles comprennent parfois bien peu », explique Samer Faraj, titulaire de la Chaire canadienne de recherche en technologie, gestion et santé de l'Université McGill.
Prof. Reuven Brenner, of the Desautels Faculty of Management, comments on how anchoring the dollar to gold would be the best solution for the U.S., China and the rest of the world.
Prof. Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management speaks to Robert Greenhill, who is the managing director of the World Economic Forum (WEF), aka Davos.
Prof. Reuven Brenner, of the Desautels Faculty of Management, was interviewed by Robert Scully of Scully/The World Show about the financial crisis (in English), and about Prof. Brenner’s latest book, The World of Chance (in French). The English-language interview will be carried on WCFE Mountainlake PBS: Wednesday, October 27th at 8:30 pm Sunday, October 31st at 9:30 am.