Comprised of scholars at various levels – senior and junior faculty as well as doctoral students – the members of the OB discipline have come to McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management from some of the top institutions of higher learning in the world, including Berkeley, Harvard, INSEAD, MIT, Yale, Stanford, and UCLA, among others.
Comprised of scholars at various levels – senior and junior faculty as well as doctoral students – the members of the Operations Management discipline represent a wide range of interests and skills.
For more information on those affiliated with the discipline, see the following:
The Information Systems (IS) area is home to Faculty and Doctoral Students who are fascinated by issues related to Information Technology implementation management, economics and strategies of IS, and the unintended consequences of innovation in today’s societies and organizations. They teach and do research on cutting-edge IS-related issues of great relevance in today’s world.
McGill University is renowned as a world-wide leader in health care research and teaching, and the Desautels Faculty of Management recognizes the need for better health care management and supports several major global research and teaching initiatives in health
Welcome to the Desautels Faculty of Management’s Strategy and Organization website. This website is an introduction to our members, our research, and our teaching and outreach programs.
Organizational Behaviour in McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management focuses on the human aspects of organizations:
In today's global economy, managers are faced with rapid technological changes. The Operations Management discipline seeks to help today's manager meet this challenge through the development of enhanced decision-making processes.
Information Systems is an exciting and challenging field of study that continues to evolve and provide a multitude of career opportunities. The U.S. Department of Labor has identified Information Technology jobs to be among some of the fastest growing occupations this decade.
Marketing provides insights into customer needs, ideas for developing new products, and strategic plans for profitably launching these products in a competitive marketplace.