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Sean McDonald teaches within the Business Administration Department at the Asper School of Business

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CBC Manitoba: Departed CEO made $603K, only worked 4 months for Manitoba Shared Health last year

July 19, 2024 — 
Departed CEO made $603K, only worked 4 months for Manitoba Shared Health last year

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Journeys to success

July 15, 2024 — 
In 2023, over 100 Asper School of Business students participated in the international exchange program. Spanning continents, disciplines and universities, these are just a few snapshots of the Asper School of Business exchange experience.

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Asper School of Business earns extended accreditation from AACSB International

July 10, 2024 — 
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International has officially announced the University of Manitoba’s and Asper School of Business’ continued accreditation.

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Dr. Lukas Neville

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CTV Winnipeg: Hybrid remote work schedules here to stay for Downtown Winnipeg

July 10, 2024 — 
Hybrid remote work schedules here to stay for Downtown Winnipeg

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Applied Business Consulting course an opportunity to earn credit by consulting with real businesses

July 9, 2024 — 
The business world doesn’t follow a syllabus. Assignments change with client needs, and a consultant’s success is measured not by a grade, but by their ability to uncover, understand and respond to those needs. Students learn this firsthand in the Asper School of Business’ unique experiential learning course, IDM 4050: Applied Business Consulting. While students are supported by their classroom learning—a thorough study of business theory and practice in their BComm—IDM 4050 challenges them to think about how they will use this knowledge to manage client relationships consult real businesses and not-for-profits.

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Image of Dr. Paul D. Larson, CN Professors in Supply Chain Management

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Winnipeg Free Press: City bylaw change first stop on Pedal Pub route to onboard liquor licence

July 3, 2024 — 
City bylaw change first stop on Pedal Pub route to onboard liquor licence

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Asper faculty shine at Canadian Transport Research Forum

July 3, 2024 — 
Ranging from comparative studies of Canada’s and Ukraine’s access to sustainable aviation fuel and regulatory developments in transportation, to the promise of airships in supply chain and transportation, three Asper faculty members presented six papers at the annual Canadian Transport Research Forum (CTRF) this May. Professor and Director of the UM Transport Institute Barry Prentice also won the annual Bison Transport Debate.

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Documentary spotlighting sustainable local businesses has Winnipeg premiere

June 25, 2024 — 
Beyond Profit: Seeking Sustainability, a short documentary film directed by Ridley, had its Winnipeg premiere on June 12, 2024. Featuring an introduction from the film’s executive producer, Bruno Dyck and a fireside chat moderated by Asper MBA alum, instructor and producer Rohan Shanker [MBA/23], the premiere welcomed community members, local business owners, students and faculty to connect over their passion for sustainable business.

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Asper case competition season concludes with prestigious graduate win in business ethics

June 25, 2024 — 
In the 2023-24 season 80 Asper School of Business teams participated in 37 external competitions, bringing their business insights to cases across North America and to Thailand, Ireland, Lithuania and more.

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Meet the 2024 Asper School of Business medal winners

June 24, 2024 — 
During convocation, graduates in the highest standing of each program are recognized for their outstanding work during their degree. The Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals in Management are awarded to the Asper School of Business graduates with the highest, second-highest and third-highest degree grade point average, respectively.

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