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Holiday reading 2017

Published: 20Dec2017

With the holidays just around the corner, McGill has released its popular McGill Reads holiday list....

IMPM alumnus named executive chair of board at Arianne Phosphate Inc.

Published: 19Dec2017

Arianne Phosphate Inc. has named Dominique Bouchard (IMPM’00) as executive chair of its board of directors. Mr. Bouchard has been a member of the company’s board since 2013 and his new position...

The next phase in Bombardier-Boeing dispute

Published: 19Dec2017

Bombardier and Boeing are readying to make their cases in front of a major trade tribunal over the proposed 300 per cent tariffs on the C-Series planes....

Multi-million dollar project to assess environmental risks of toxic chemicals

Published: 19Dec2017

Assessing the risks that toxic chemicals pose to natural ecosystems is a major challenge, but the task is expected to become less daunting thanks to a new tool, referred to as EcoToxChip, which is...

Business schools championing ethics in corporate world

Published: 19Dec2017

Following a number of episodes that exposed the ethical dubiousness of certain business practices, including the housing crash of 2008, some have wondered whether business school education is...

BRIDGE Webinar: Susan Michie

17Jan201811:00
to
12:30

The Human Behaviour-Change Project: Behaviour Science meets Computer Science /desautelsCategory: Desautels Faculty of Management

The future of deodorant is health-conscious

Published: 15Dec2017

Suzannah Raff (BCom’92) is paving the way in the beauty industry’s natural deodorant boom....

Business schools in the wake of technological revolution

Published: 15Dec2017

In response to Desautels Professor Henry Mintzberg’s oft-quoted assertion that that no direct link exists between leadership education and business success, an article for HR Magazine argues that...

Freedom of expression makes for happier workplaces

Published: 15Dec2017

According to new research conducted by Desautels Professor Patricia Hewlin, employees who conform to workplace values that they do not necessarily believe in are more likely to be less engaged at...

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