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Professor receives prestigious best paper nomination

Congratulations to Professor Arvind Karunakaran who is one of four nominees for the Managerial and Organizational Cognition (MOC) Division’s Best Submission with Practical Implications Award for: “Truce Structures: Addressing Protracted Jurisdictional Conflict Between Professional Groups.”

The winner will be announced at the 2019 Academy of Management Annual Meeting to be held in August.

Published: 12 Apr 2019

The power of being authentic at work

In a recent WorkLife podcast by Adam Grant, he delves into the power of authenticity in the workplace as a means for happier, more productive workers. Along the way, he grounds his discussion in Professor Patricia Hewlin’s research on facades of conformity at work.

Published: 12 Apr 2019

Igniting the power of data analytics

Discover how Professor Juan Serpa and the 16 Desautels students comprising a new food analytics club are revolutionizing the operations of beloved NPO Santropol Roulant – and it’s all through the power of data analytics.

Read more in the McGill Reporter

Published: 12 Apr 2019

Porter Airlines’ CEO talks growth

Robert Deluce sits down with Professor Karl Moore to talk about his start in the air transport industry, what makes Porter Airlines different, and what he looks for in a potential leader.

Published: 10 Apr 2019

Words of advice for recent MBA grads

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!

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Published: 10 Apr 2019

EMBA impact through the eyes of alumni

As the McGill-HEC Montréal EMBA marks its tenth anniversary, La Presse sits down with two of the program’s many illustrious alumni, Laurent Blanchard (EMBA’16) Indu Krishnamurthy (EMBA’15), to hear about their EMBA experience.

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Published: 10 Apr 2019

Here comes the (introverted) bride

With wedding season ramping up, Adrienne Jung (BA'10, MBA'15) and Professor Karl Moore share tips on how introverted brides-to-be can make it through their big day, when all eyes will be on them.

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Published: 10 Apr 2019

Gold, silver, bronze: Desautels students sweep accounting competition

It was a three-podium finish for Desautels BCom students who competed in the Affaire de Cas case competition for second-year accounting students. Congratulations to the following students:

1st place

Félix Dumouchel Gabrielle Schilling Samuel Dubuc  

2nd place

Published: 8 Apr 2019

IMPM participant to lead GM office

Congratulations to Andy Dunstan, participant on the International Masters Program for Managers (IMPM), who will head GM’s new Asia Pacific office in Seoul, Korea. Andy is currently finalising his International Management Master’s degree at Lancaster University.

Published: 8 Apr 2019

Ethics: The next wave in AI development

Renjie Butalid, Associate Director of the McGill Dobson Centre for Entrepreneurship, sees an opportunity for Montreal to lead the charge in the development of ethical AI frameworks. Discover the strides that the Montreal AI Ethics Institute, which he cofounded, is making in this endeavor.

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Published: 8 Apr 2019

McGill’s top startups win big at McGill Dobson Cup

Entrepreneurial spirit is abounding on McGill’s campus as evidenced by the impressive lineup of finalists in the 2019 McGill Dobson Cup powered by National Bank.

With a pool of over $200,000 in seed funding up for grabs, discover who the winning teams are this year.

Read more in The Dobson Chronicles

Published: 5 Apr 2019

Catalyzing sustainable business across campus

Congratulations to the student-led Desautels Sustainability Network (DSN) who received a Catalyst Award from the McGill Office of Sustainability this week under the category of Sustainability in Connectivity & Governance!

Published: 5 Apr 2019

Mintzberg on a rebalanced society

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

Published: 4 Apr 2019

The problem with assumed meritocracies in engineering

According to a study co-authored by Professor Brian Rubineau, female engineers find consistent evidence that their profession is not an objective meritocracy, but embrace the belief that it is – thus further perpetuating gender (and other) inequalities.

Published: 4 Apr 2019

Shoe design courses are a first for Quebec

Beginning in August 2019, Lasalle College students will be able to learn about designing a shoe collection thanks to a new partnership with ALDO Group – an initiative that is close to the heart of the Bensadoun family.

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Published: 4 Apr 2019

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