Financial Times

The general trend among MBA programs worldwide points to a rise in digitised course readings, as opposed to the use of bulky textbooks.

The digital distribution of course materials has not, however, been favored by business students everywhere.

Classified as: Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Steve Fortin, Financial Times
Published on: 2 Oct 2017

Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou is the first female dean of McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management. She joined the Canadian business school on September 1st, having spent 21 years at George Washington University in the US in a number of roles, including associate dean for undergraduate programmes. Before this, she taught at Essec Business School in France.

Read full article: Financial Times, September 6, 2015

Classified as: Financial Times, Dean of the Faculty of Management, Isabelle G. Bajeux-Besnainou
Published on: 9 Sep 2015

Grayson Perry, the transvestite artist, took aim last month at "default man": the cabal of white, middle-class, heterosexual, middle-aged males who run the British establishment.

Classified as: Henry Mintzberg, Professor, Financial Times, cleghorn professor, rebalancing society
Published on: 11 Nov 2014

Senior female executives are better at collaboration, empathy, listening and are more sensible about risk, according to Karl Moore, associate professor at McGill's Desautels Faculty of Management. He tells Della Bradshaw that these skills are of growing importance in today's corporate world, and that men can learn them.

Watch video: Financial Times

Classified as: Karl Moore, Financial Times, executives
Published on: 4 Jul 2014