The BMRC is an interdisciplinary research incubator that develops and funds a number of research initiatives like providing PhD students with seed grants and travel grants; hosting brownbag seminars; and more.
The CSSO, led by the Strategy and Organization area, promotes the execution and dissemination of research on issues such as the formation of strategic direction, innovation in organizational forms and practices, and the relationship between organizations and society.
The DGFRC supports a nexus of dynamic research initiatives around unifying themes such as global financial markets, asset valuation, corporate finance, funds management, derivatives, and risk management.
The Dobson Centre is a hub for entrepreneurial activity at McGill University and in the greater Montreal community, through offering entrepreneurial education, undertaking entrepreneurial research, and providing resources that support and develop entrepreneurs, such as the McGill Dobson Cup Start-up competition.
As a joint venture with HEC-Montreal, the IBFC offers services adapted to the special needs of family enterprises and the various professional advisors who support them.
The MSRC, led by our Operations Management area, adopts a breadth of professional and academic expertise to improve business performance, supply chain efficiency, hazards reduction, and service revenues, enhancing the overall interactions between operations and other functional areas.
The MDIIM develops and fosters an integrated approach to management education in the Faculty and at McGill by driving cross-disciplinary teaching; integrating research, teaching and outreach initiatives; and encouraging different understandings of value to include economic, social and ecological concerns.
The institute, led by the Marketing area, builds close relationships with a organizations in a wide variety of industries and works with them in providing an active forum where members can gather to exchange and cross-pollinate ideas and expertise on marketing-related issues.
The MCCHE is a world-leading centre in promoting integrative and interdisciplinary solutions to diet-and lifestyle-related global health challenges.
The NSERC-CREATE HOIM program aims at tangibly improving the healthcare system across Canada via the contributions of its doctoral and post-doctoral trainees of as future agents of change in academia, the health sector and government.
The PIC plays a leadership role in the development and delivery of new and innovative business models and capacity building initiatives that are at the forefront of our interconnected and international business world.