In episode 5 of The ‘New Normal’ hosted by Dave Kaufman, Delve Editor-in-Chief Professor Saku Mantere discusses how organizations have responded and adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic: whether universities, governments, or businesses, many responded to the crisis by adapting quickly and performing beyond expectations.
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.
The Distinguished Teaching Award recipients Jiro Kondo and Lisa Cohen were honoured at McGill’s 2021 Management Convocation ceremony for their excellence in teaching.
Congratulations to the following recipients of the 2021 teaching awards!
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Delve, the thought leadership publication of McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management, has examined how organizations grapple with a rapidly changing world.
The impact of Marcel Desautels’ giving is dramatic, both on individual students who receive his awards, as well as on the Faculty’s programs. Two previous scholarship recipients and the Director of the Marcel Desautels Institute for Integrated Management comment on how Marcel’s generosity has benefitted them.
In 2005, Dr. Marcel Desautels made the largest donation to a Canadian business or management faculty in history. His game-changing $22-million gift to name the Desautels Faculty of Management has equipped the Faculty to breathe new life into its world-class programs, talent, and facilities.
Organizations learn constantly. They would not survive in the face of competition if they didn’t. Yet this learning is often gruesomely slow. Organizational practices and routines tend to stick and organizational structures tend to persist.
The official thought leadership publication of McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management, Delve offers the latest in management thinking to inform and inspire decision-makers across sectors.
In Professor Saku Mantere’s third and final interview with Bill Bruford, the renowned musician explores what it takes to push the frontiers of music creation and the leadership dynamics at play when writing music in a band, revealing broader lessons for leaders in general.
In part of two of Professor Saku Mantere’s interview with Bill Bruford, the legendary drummer explores his dual identity as a composer and drummer, as well as his experience navigating drum culture.
In part one of his three-part interview with legendary drummer turned musicologist Bill Bruford, Professor Saku Mantere uncovers the nature of his creative process and highlights from his rich career drumming for bands like King Crimson and Yes.
McGill has been named to the Canada's Greenest Employers list, a competition organized by the Canada's Top 100 Employers project.
In many ways, sustainability is embedded within McGill’s DNA through program offerings like the Bachelor in Commerce in Managing for Sustainability.
Read more in the McGill Reporter
If major initiatives have been undertaken across sectors to combat climate change, the question arises how to consolidate these efforts for maximal impact?
TeamMTL, a collaboration between students and faculty from McGill University and Concordia University, competed against 22 international teams to construct the best solar-powered house.
Setting a winning record, the team won first prize in three categories, including Market Appeal, to which Roman Celac (BCom ’18) and Jiawei Lin (MBA ’18) were instrumental.
Thanks to incredible donor support, Desautels has a new home for our Masters programs - and extra space for our BCom students.
Donors also created 34 new MBA awards for the #1 MBA Program in Canada and named more than 140 MBA Lockers.
Desautels and FAES interdisciplinary research with McGill food startup and Montreal community organization highlighted at the 2018 Montreal Summit on Innovation (MSI)Joëlle Rondeau, Research Assistant, McGill Centre for the Convergence of Health and Economics (MCCHE)
As part of C2 Montreal, the 2018 Montreal Summit on Innovation (MSI) showcased the social impacts of 10 collaborative research projects through an interactive circuit on May 23.