McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management is launching an online version of its top-ranked Master of Management in Analytics (MMA) program.
The Bensadoun School of Retail Management, in collaboration with the Master of Management in Analytics (MMA) at McGill Desautels Faculty of Management, is pleased to announce the launch of the Data Sphere Lab.
The McGill Desautels Master of Management in Analytics (MMA) program, ranked 1st in Canada for three consecutive years and top 10 in the world by the 2023 QS Masters in Business Analytics Rankings, proudly welcomed Montreal businesses in June to an Industry Partnership Breakfast.
Thirty students from 10 countries will form the first global cohort of McCall MacBain Scholars at McGill University, arriving in September 2023. Designed to encourage purposeful leadership, the scholarships are the result of a landmark $200 million gift in 2019 by John and Marcy McCall MacBain, the second-largest single donation in Canadian history.
In 2018, leukemia survivor Mai Duong founded Swab the World, a foundation that educates people about the lack of diversity among stem cell donors, the initiative is getting an assist from MMA Gives, a campaign that gives non-profits, SMEs and NGOs the opportunity to work with Master of Management in Analytics (MMA) students to help meet t
Finding talent is a challenge for many businesses, and some of the most common approaches are not necessarily the best ones. The ‘Post and Pray’ strategy banks on posting a job description, and hoping the best candidates will find you. The ‘Reach-out and Pray’ strategy involves a manager leveraging their network to find candidates who might be suitable. But since most hiring managers are not human resources professionals, their network won’t necessarily land them the best candidate either.
Master of Management in Analytics first in Canada, 10th globally in QS Masters in Business Analytics Rankings 2023
Four years since the program launched in 2018, the Master of Management (MMA) program at McGill University has carved a spot in the top 10 business analytics programs in the world.
Improvements in sustainability are often motivated by a desire to reduce environmental impact, but for the McGill Management Masters Office, friendly competition plays a role too. In 2021, Sustainable Workplace Ambassador Wesley McCoy challenged a colleague to see who could reach Bronze-level Sustainable Workplace Certification first. The Management Masters Office achieved that goal, and then some.
After receiving a Silver certification under the McGill Sustainable Workplace Certification program, the McGill Desautels Masters Office has taken it to the next level, earning its Gold certification. The Sustainable Workplace Certification program challenges the McGill community to foster healthier, environmentally friendly, connected workplaces through individual and collective practices.
After receiving a bronze certification under the McGill Sustainable Workplace Certification program, the McGill Desautels Master’s Office has taken it to the next level, earning its silver certification. The Sustainable Workplace Certification program challenges the McGill community to foster healthier, environmentally friendly, connected workplaces through individual and collective practices. Congratulations to our Master’s team for this stellar achievement; keep up the good work!
Addressing Dr. Nii Addy's proposal on behalf of the Mastercard Foundation (MCF) Transitions Project at McGill, Maguette Paye (MMA’21) used knowledge gained during the McGill Master of Management in Analytics (MMA) program to lay the groundwork and develop the database and dashboard for the MCF Transitions Project.
Professor Maxime Cohen’s new book, Demand Prediction in Retail – A Practical Guide to Leverage Data and Predictive Analytics, co-authored with Arthur Pentecoste, Paul-Emile Gras and Dr. Renyu Zhang, demystifies how predictive analytics can be used in a retail context.
Four McGill offices, including the Desautels Faculty of Management Masters Office, have committed to advancing sustainability in concrete ways through the Sustainable Workplace Certification program. In the year ahead, the Masters Office will strive to reduce its ecological footprint with the goal of moving from bronze-level certification to gold and platinum.