Relive the memories of McGill’s Management Convocation thanks to a photo gallery compiled by the McGill Reporter. Among the highlights was the conferral of an Honorary Doctorate to Alain Bouchard, Founder and Executive Chairman of Couche-Tard, who inspired the Class of 2019 with lessons from his entrepreneurial journey.
An article for Financial Times on the hidden strengths of an introverted leader cites Professor Karl Moore’s work on introverted/extroverted personalities in the C-suite.
Congratulations to Amanda Abrams, Faculty Lecturer, and Elliot Lifson, Professor of Practice and Desautels Faculty Advisory Board member, who were honored at McGill’s Management Convocation ceremony for their excellence in teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels respectively.
Corinna Ha has wrapped up her BCom degree and is gearing up to represent her graduating class as valedictorian. Sitting down with the McGill Reporter before convocation, she reflects on her life-changing McGill journey.
EMBA candidate Catherine Patry, Director, Communication and Marketing at École nationale de l'humour shares how typically conservative domains, such as business and law, are increasingly looking to humor as a means of improving the work environment.
In a feature for HEC Montréal Mag, EMBA alumni Indu Krishnamurthy (EMBA’15) and Jean-Claude Tshipama (EMBA’16) share more about their life and career trajectories.
Moderating the C2 Montreal panel entitled, The Research of Tomorrow, Today, Professor Jui Ramaprasad explored the pace and impact of technological innovation with Sabrina Geremia, Country Director for Google.
As Geremia underscored, upskilling and lifelong learning will become the norm for members of tomorrow’s workforce.
Professor Karl Moore joins the Editor-in-Chief of Paris Match, Olivier Royant, as he shares his perspective on the European political climate and the recent rise of populism.
Professor Arvind Karunakaran is the recipient of the Industry Studies Association 2019 Emerging Scholar in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award, which recognizes his contributions made in the article, “Front-line Professionals in the Wake of Increased Digital Scrutiny: Examining the Paradox of Public Accountability.”
Geneviève Comtois (EMBA’12), head of e-Mobility at Shell Retail North America, is the closing keynote speaker at Fuels2019, sharing insight into how one of the largest energy companies in the world is preparing for the changing transportation market.
Despite progress in the 1960s and 1970s, the desegregation of US employment has largely ground to a halt.
In new research, Professor John-Paul Ferguson finds that individual workplaces have actually become more segregated over the past three decades.
The launch of the 5G network is slated to, once more, revolutionize the way users interact with their mobile devices. Tony Buu (EMBA’19), Director of Mobility Network & Technology Strategy for TELUS, comments on this new technological frontier.
Through Mamma Mia!, director Serge Postigo (EMBA’15), signs his fourth musical for Juste pour rire. La Presse catches up with the cast in rehearsals one month before the premiere.
Founded by Dominic Bujold (EMBA’13) and now boasting three locations that offer a feast for the taste buds and the eyes, LOV has quickly become a preferred spot for vegans and foodies in general.
Across programs and subject areas, the Desautels Faculty of Management recognizes the vital role that teaching plays in enriching the student experience and in inspiring the next generation of leaders.
On May 16, the Desautels community gathered to recognize faculty who have gone above and beyond in their teaching. Congratulations to the following recipients of the 2018-19 teaching awards!