Henry Mintzberg

McGill-HEC EMBA among the best of its kind

Published: 6Sep2018

The Globe and Mail has listed the McGill University – HEC Montréal EMBA program as one of the best of its kind in Canada....

EMBA alumna on personal and career triumphs

Published: 24Oct2018

La Presse features Geneviève Rossier (EMBA’12), Director of Communications, Public Relations and Digital Visibility at Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, as she sheds light on her...

An industry honor for EMBA alumnus

Published: 21Jun2018

Atypic, founded by Pascal Lépine (EMBA’12), has been named the Agency of the Year at the latest Flèches d’Or....

Words of advice for recent MBA grads

Published: 10Apr2019

Professor Henry Mintzberg joins La Presse to share some words of advice for graduates fresh out of their MBA programs. The gist of it: stay humble and eat the scrambled eggs! Read more

Mintzberg on a rebalanced society

Published: 4Apr2019

At the 2019 Annual General Meeting of Lifelong Learning, Professor Henry Mintzberg shares his perspective on the vital importance of rebalancing society. View opening address

Professor Mintzberg, management myth buster

Published: 1Apr2019

Professor Henry Mintzberg joins Infopresse to bust four management myths that are all too common and hold dire consequences for workplaces. Read more

Mintzberg among top 30 gurus

Published: 26Mar2019

Professor Henry Mintzberg ranks 22nd among the world’s top 30 management professionals for 2019. He is celebrated, in particular, for his contrarian views of management that have elucidated...

Recapping the Bedtime Stories book launch

Published: 13Mar2019

On February 19, 2019, renowned management thinker Professor Henry Mintzberg launched his twentieth book, Bedtime Stories for Managers, a roundup of forty-two leadership anecdotes curated from his...

Must-have’s for your spring reading list

Published: 8Mar2019

Professor Henry Mintzberg’s new book, Bedtime Stories for Managers, is included in a roundup by La Presse of new must-read books. Known for his iconoclastic take on widely-held management...