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Collins Oghor on his transformative McGill years

There’s no pigeon-holing Collins Oghor, the MD-MBA graduate who is at once a global health consultant, company owner, and fashion maven. Learn more about his McGill journey and his future aspirations to improve healthcare delivery in Africa.

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Published: 18 Jul 2019

Three tips for introverted leaders

Professor Karl Moore explores the dimensions of introverted leadership and provides three key tips to enhance their interactions with extroverted members in their workplace.

Published: 18 Jul 2019

Desautels grad on new Starbucks-UberEats matchup

Dan Park (BCom’03), General Manager of Uber Eats Canada, comments on the much-anticipated Canadian partnership between Starbucks and UberEats, which will give customers full access to the coffee chain’s drink menu from the comfort of their home.

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Published: 16 Jul 2019

Desautels alumna among ones to watch in FinTech

Congratulations to Laviva Mazhar (BCom’15), Investment Analyst at Luge Capital, who has been named among the top 50 women in FinTech for 2019 according to the Digital Finance Institute.

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Published: 16 Jul 2019

Corey Phelps on the problem-solving toolkit

Listen to the latest podcast featuring Professor Corey Phelps as he shares the inspiration behind his book Cracked It! and the vital importance of effective problem solving – for organizations and individuals alike.

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Published: 16 Jul 2019

GCPA students awarded prestigious C. Douglas Mellor Prize

Carlo Frediani (GCPA’19) and Ashley James (GCPA’19), students of the Graduate Certificate in the Professional Accounting (GCPA) program, have been selected among their graduating class as this year’s recipients of the C. Douglas Mellor Prize for academic excellence.

Published: 16 Jul 2019

Air Canada and Transat A.T., a match made in heaven?

Canadian travelers deal with some of the world’s highest airfares per kilometre, and the likely merger of two Montreal-based carriers ― Air Canada and Transat A.T. ― could make things worse. Professor Karl Moore comments.

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Published: 15 Jul 2019

Bombardier job cuts: Tough but predicted

Bombardier’s plan to reduce the number of workers at its rail car plant in Thunder Bay comes as no surprise to industry watchers, such as Professor Karl Moore who cites low Canadian demand as a contributor.

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Published: 15 Jul 2019

Meet the latest tech unicorn

Hailed as the hot alternative to Airbnb, McGill Dobson Cup participant Sonder (previously Flatbook) has recently secured $225-million in financing, bumping their valuation up to $1-billion.

With news of their latest financial backing, Sonder is looking to set up a second headquarter, this time in Canada.

Published: 15 Jul 2019

An inside look at Quebec’s premier boutique hotel

Marie Pier Germain (EMBA’16) and family dish on the attention to detail and endless hours of work that go into their thriving hotel business that spans generations.

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Published: 10 Jul 2019

Bombardier layoffs at Thunder Bay

As news breaks that Bombardier plans to cut hundreds of jobs at its Thunder Bay plant, Professor Karl Moore comments on the company’s strategic decision.

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Published: 10 Jul 2019

MBA alumna pursues love of bread

Dara Gallinger (MBA’15), CEO & Co-founder of Brodflour, dishes on the inspiration behind launching a one-stop organic flour mill and bakery in a bustling Canadian city.

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Published: 9 Jul 2019

A secret antidote to managerial favoritism

A recent blog post by Steven Kramer (BCom’97), CEO at WorkJam, explores how technology can be leveraged to avoid the pitfalls of managerial favoritism in the workplace. The benefits of doing so would be manifold, including improved employee engagement and retention, according to Kramer.

Published: 9 Jul 2019

Pondering skills development in a globalised world

Watch as Dean Isabelle Bajeux joins Les Rencontres économiques d'Aix-en-Provence as a panelist commenting on the globalisation of skills and the role of education to prepare the next generation of talent.

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Published: 8 Jul 2019

The business of mail

Sitting down with Professor Karl Moore, former President and CEO of the Royal Mail and Executive Director of Canada Post, Moya Greene dishes on the evolving future of mail and her career path, which she described as serendipitous.

Published: 4 Jul 2019

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