Through a public commitment to protect local companies from foreign bidders, Quebec’s new government has drawn up a list of 10 “strategic” firms worth preserving.
Professor Karl Moore comments on what companies might comprise the shortlist and why.
The final module of the International Masters Program for Managers (IMPM) Cycle 21 concluded this week in Bangalore, India. Cycle 22 is now underway.
Registration is now open for Cycle 23.
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Rob Khazzam, General Manager of Uber Canada, joins Professor Karl Moore to talk about the leap of faith that got him where he is and his understanding of scaling a business – it’s not just about processes, it’s about people too.
Marie-Josée Lamothe, Professor of Practice at the Bensadoun School of Retail Management, has been named to the Canada Revenue Agency’s new advisory panel on service- an initiative to better understand the needs of Canadians and ensure an optimized client experience.
Professor Emmanuelle Vaast is one among ten McGill members who comprise the new International Observatory on the Social Impacts of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Technologies (OIISIAN) - a $7.5 million initiative spearheaded by the government of Quebec to explore interdisciplinary and intersectoral perspectives on the impact of AI and digital technology on individuals, organizations, and communities.
As leadership lessons from the world of jazz gain traction in business, Desautels Faculty Lecturer Jay Hewlin co-leads an experiential workshop at McGill to reveal the links between jazz and key business topics like management and negotiation.
The Faculty Research Workload Committee (RWC) has completed its review of applications submitted by tenured faculty to fill the currently vacant Faculty Scholar Award slots.
The Faculty is pleased to congratulate the following recipients of the Desautels Scholar Awards (effective September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2021):
Universities are actively rethinking their programming to include a strong focus on sustainability; one such example is the newly launched Bensadoun School of Retail Management, which will aim to foster sustainable consumption and healthy societies through research and teaching.
Mark J. Eisenberg, MD MPH (IMHL’10), Director of the MD-PhD Program and Professor of Medicine at McGill University, has released a new book entitled, Cardiology Board Review and Self-Assessment: A Companion Guide to Hurst’s the Heart.
The book features 1,100 answers to key questions stemming from the 14th Edition of Hurst’s the Heart, a comprehensive review of the entire field of cardiovascular medicine.
2018 McGill Dobson Cup winners reMIXed is on a mission to transform trail mixes into an affordable alternative that combats food waste; and now they will have the chance to pitch their business to the very best on an upcoming episode of Dragon’s Den.
Their appearance on Dragon’s Den will be airing on Jan 10, 2019 – be sure to tune in!
According to Ali Háji, joint McGill MBA-Law graduate, while law firms pour significant resources into recruiting the best talent to join the ranks of their associates, they are ultimately failing to retain millennial lawyers.
Beiersdorf, the maker of Nivea skin creams, has appointed Asim Naseer (MBA’99), current P&G global marketing director for skin care, as head of consumer brands, effective January 1, 2019.
Brett Miller (BCom’86) has been appointed CEO of Canderel, effective February 18, 2019. Miller succeeds Jonathan Wener, founder and CEO for the past 44 years.
Miller has nearly 30 years of international experience in real estate and entrepreneurial businesses. Since 2012 he has served as CEO of JLL Canada, one of Canada's fastest growing real estate companies.
Heimir Hallgrimsson became a household name last World Cup as manager of the Icelandic men’s national soccer team.
In conversation with Professor Karl Moore, Hallgrimsson shares his take on leadership and team dynamics.