2014 JDCC | December 9, 2013
This competition provides invaluable hands-on learning experience not only to us, but for our delegates as well. They are not only able to tackle real world business problems but they have the opportunity to work closely in a team setting in ways they are unable to do in a classroom. more
Manish Kacker, Associate Professor, Marketing, Michael Lee-Chin & Family Professor in Strategic Business Studies | December 2, 2013
Manish Kacker investigates franchising retention and success strategies; suggesting that it’s not enough to simply lower entry barriers and fees for franchisees, what matters more are franchisor strategies that lower agency costs and develop a stronger franchise concept. more
Benson Honig, Professor, Human Resources and Management, Teresa Cascioli Chair in Entrepreneurial Leadership | December 2, 2013
Internal legitimacy — how employees and other members view their own organization — matters. What happens when owners, managers, and employees disagree on fundamental goals and objectives?
Trevor Simpson, MBA candidate | December 2, 2013
Trevor Simpson recounts his past year with Focus Business Consulting (FBC); running your own consulting firm, developing business relationships through networking events, researching industry trends for a niche company, and presenting a strategic digital media plan to clients. more
Carlos Cabrero, MBA '12 | December 2, 2013
Late nights, and a steady diet of coffee and day-old French fries. Sound like you? Then according to DeGroote MBA graduate Carlos Cabrero you will fit in just fine in the professional world! more
DeGroote Women in Business (DWIB) | November 29, 2013
“The real world isn’t as structured as full-time studies, so being engaged and taking initiative beyond the classroom will always put an individual two-steps ahead.” DeGroote Women in Business co-chairs share their thoughts on the benefits of hand-on learning. more
CBC Hamilton | December 11, 2013
“It suggests a problem with the broader culture of the organization,” says Aaron Schat, an associate professor of organizational behaviour and human resource management at McMaster’s DeGroote School of Business.
CHCH News | December 2, 2013
Mandeep Malik is an assistant professor marketing at the DeGroote School of Business: “There’s a buzz around this day and they open up their wallets and spend money.”
Hamilton Spectator | November 29, 2013
“What Sobeys has done is very smart. They’ve chosen a demographic in Burlington to experiment with a grocery experience that is very different.” says Mandeep Malik, assistant professor marketing at the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster.
Hamilton Spectator | November 28, 2013
Marvin Ryder, assistant professor of marketing at the DeGroote School of Business, says the savings of landing a great Black Friday deal can be more than wiped out by the cost of gas, meals and accommodations travelling to the United…
Financial Post | November 25, 2013
An important aftermath of the collapse [of the tech bubble] was the change in risk appetite, notes Manish Kacker, associate professor of marketing at the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster.
CHCH News | November 20, 2013
More and more of us are turning to online shopping as the Christmas buying season is set to get underway. To tell us why it’s becoming more popular, Marvin Ryder, of the DeGroote School of Business joins us.
Toronto Star | November 18, 2013
Mandeep Malik, assistant professor, strategic marketing at the DeGroote School of Business discusses the importance of cultural intelligence and its role in the adaptability of business leaders in international business practice.