The best managers balance the science and the art of management

Published: 20 October 2022

MBAs have their advocates – and their detractors. Over the years, the MBA has suffered from comparisons with professional degrees that have more defined outcomes, like medicine and law. But...

Professor Kim awarded SSHRC Insight Grant

Published: 13 October 2022

Congratulations to Anna Kim, Associate Professor in Strategy & Organization, and Sustainability, who was awarded a 2022 SSHRC Insight Grant “Resilience and Impact of Social Enterprises”

Prof. Faraj named CTO 2022 Distinguished Scholar

Published: 29 August 2022

Congratulations to Samer Faraj, Professor in Strategy and Organization, who has been named CTO 2022 Distinguished Scholar by the Communication, Digital Technology and Organization - CTO (A Division...

Delve: Lessons on Economic Growth from the Informal Economy, with Robert Nason

Published: 9 September 2022

What does the word “entrepreneurship” immediately bring to mind? Risk and reward, innovation and hard work, funding and financial growth, filling gaps in the market? In truth, that answer looks...

Delve: Striking a New Balance in Management and Society, with Henry Mintzberg and Saku Mantere

Published: 31 August 2022

How has management thinking changed in the past 50 years and where might management be headed today? In his research and writing, Desautels Faculty of Management Professor Henry Mintzberg covers...

Paolo Leone and Profs Mantere and Faraj's paper is Best Article Finalist

Published: 29 August 2022

Congratulations to Paolo V. Leone, Saku Mantere and Samer Faraj, whose paper “Open Theorizing in Management and Organization Studies” has been named Best Article Finalist by the Academy of...

The implications for research on carbon labels

Published: 11 August 2022

Author: Dror Etzion Publication: Nature Climate Change, Correspondence article, Published online 04 August, 2022 Abstract:

Adjusting leadership strategy to even the playing field

Published: 17 March 2022

Women still face barriers in attaining leadership roles, and rethinking leadership is one part of solving this problem, writes Marine Thomas. For that, the Editor-in-Chief of Les Affaires looks to...

Preparing young leaders for climate action

Published: 11 February 2022

The Holme Grange School (U.K.) recently became the first school in the world to earn the eduCCate Global Gold Award in recognition of its efforts to equip students with tools to fight climate...


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