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Research Proposal Presentation: Mahmood Shafeie Zargar

20Dec201610:00
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12:00
Bronfman Building 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1G5, CA

Mr. Mahmood Shafeie Zargar, a doctoral student in the area of Information Systems at McGill University will be presenting his research proposal entitled:

Han hopes to challenge conventional thinking in coaching ranks

Jack Han can tell you the precise moment he decided he wanted to be a professional hockey coach.

A wise guy might suggest that since Han is now all of 27 years old, it shouldn't be too difficult for him to remember that, or anything else about his young life, but we digress.

Published: 6Dec2016

Zoe Yujnovich: ‘I actually really value listening to others before I speak’

One of the reasons I love the industry that I work for is the opportunity to experience different parts of the world. There are many differences across cultures, some a bit obvious – like the food we eat and the things we do. But in essence, there is a really strong commonality. People all over the world want to come to work, be recognized for doing a great job, and contribute to something that energizes them. Everyone wants to make a real difference.

Published: 6Dec2016

Research Proposal Presentation: Hedayat Alibeiki

15Dec201615:00
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17:00
Bronfman Building 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1G5, CA

Mr. Hedayat Alibeiki , a doctoral student in the area of Operations Management at McGill University will be presenting his research proposal entitled:

Power and Information Asymmetry in Competitive Supply Chains

Thesis Defense Presentation: Abdolmanaf Zargoush

22Dec201610:15
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Bronfman Building 1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1G5, CA

Mr. Abdolmanaf Zargoush, a doctoral student at McGill University will be presenting his thesis defense entitled:

Pilot CEOs and corporate innovation

Authors: Jayanthi Sundera, Shyam V. Sundera, Jingjing Zhang

Publication: Journal of Financial Economics

Abstract:

Published: 6Dec2016

Why is the media on the left? Why the contempt for workers?

I spent the first fourteen years of my life under communism. When my parents got out in 1962, I realized to my utter astonishment that much of academia was on the left, praising communism, rationalizing increased centralization of powers under a variety of jargons. Even the US was not immune to these ideas, and that the left and academia despised workers who wanted routine lives, rather than revolutions.

Read full article: Asia Times, December 4, 2016 

Published: 5Dec2016

McGill MBA Japan Program teaches timeless business principles

In today’s fast-changing corporate world, team-building, global leadership and how to build start-up companies are more important than ever. Those business principles are all taught at the McGill MBA Japan Program, one of the most well-known programs in Asia.

Published: 5Dec2016

Trump’s election a reminder that ‘happy talk’ about diversity isn’t enough

The pollster-defying results of the recent presidential election in the United States have left many people around the world reeling in surprise, but don’t count Wendy Cukier and Suzanne Gagnon among them.

Published: 5Dec2016

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