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Henry Mintzberg

Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies, McGill University

I am Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies at McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management in Montreal. Details on my publications, interests, and teaching can be found on www.mintzberg.org. I am the author of 17 books as well as 170 articles, and do a weekly TWOG (from @mintzberg 141 to mintzberg.org/blog). Rebalancing Society...radical renewal beyond left, right, and center was published in 2015 and Managing the Myths of Health Care will appear in 2017. I spend my public life dealing with organizations and my private life escaping from them.
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Are American Voters Trumped Both Ways?

How is anyone to believe that either candidate will deal with the deeply-rooted problems of America today: income disparities, the legal corruption of political donations, a warming globe that needs to be cooled, crony capitalism that has harmed so much of the American middle class? Add to this the ultimate problem: an uncanny tendency to deal with all these fires by repeatedly pouring oil on them.
09/15/2016 12:49 EDT
Courtoisie

We Still Need to Talk About the Globe's Bizarre Endorsement

Had millions of Canadians taken the bait, on Monday evening we could have heard the following from a victory stage in Calgary: "The Canadian people have spoken -- giving me four more years in the job I love, which allows me to make all the decisions. But the Globe and Mail has spoken too. So, to do the noble thing yet again. I hereby tender my resignation. Bye."
10/23/2015 10:53 EDT
PA

Charest is no Putin. Poutine, Maybe.

How ironic that the most extensive demonstrations we have seen to date in North America have concerned not unemployment, global warming, or the notorious one per cent, but the tuition that Quebec students have to pay for the benefits of a college education. Now two professors at the University of Montreal have likened Quebec to Putin's Russia.
06/08/2012 05:11 EDT