Queen's I.C.B.C. 2007 Finalists

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Subject: Queen's I.C.B.C. 2007 Finalists
What is I.C.B.C.?

The Inter-Collegiate Business Competition (I.C.B.C.) is Canada??s oldest and largest undergraduate business case competition. Hosted annually by Queen??s University students, I.C.B.C. attracts business students from across the nation and beyond. Competitors participate in a preliminary round for the chance to compete in the Final Round in January.

It takes a great deal of dedication to participate in two rounds of I.C.B.C. by spending countless hours preparing for cases and preparing cases. The experience must be worth it, since over 30 universities will compete for only 6 spots in the Final Round.

http://icbconline.ca/competitors/finalists/index.html

Concordia has qualified 5 teams out of the possible 8 categories, while McGill only has 2 teams making it to Queen´s annual undergraduate business competition. You lose again McGill fanboy! KO!


I´ve noticed a lot of the schools that qualified are AACSB accredited - the mark of an excellent "well-rounded" business school. Even Brock, an AACSB accredited school sent 3 teams to the ICBC finals, better than McGill!

Well, I shouldn´t be surprised since McGill is NOT an accredited business school. LOL. McGill sucks shit!

Once again I´ve proven rankings are for losers like McGill fanboy.

In Business:

Concordia´s John Molson > McGill´s Desautels

The Debate is Over!

[09-12-2006,03:52]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Queen's I.C.B.C. 2007 Finalists)
*yawn* there, you got the last word. i don?t really give a shit since i go to the Harvard of Canada, whereas you?re just a pathetic little reject from Concordia. keep trying to convince ppl on this anonymous board that Concordia or JMSB is anything but the reject school that it is, but you?ll hopefully soon realize that ultimately no one cares and no one will ever take your last-place ranked school (or your unranked business school), seriously. so have a nice day, you insecure reject.
[09-12-2006,04:25]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Queen's I.C.B.C. 2007 Finalists)
Magazine rankings help McGill students forget their relatively poor performance at the ICBC.
[09-12-2006,15:07]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Queen's I.C.B.C. 2007 Finalists)
Hey McGill kids, what´s it like to have your butt kicked by Concordia and Brock at ICBC?
[09-12-2006,15:34]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Queen's I.C.B.C. 2007 Finalists)
Harvard of the North. Puhlease.

Mcgill is number one in nothing.


[09-12-2006,15:50]
Anonymous
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The 2007 final results are still to be determined, but here´s last year´s results:

Accounting:
1) Brock
2) Carleton
3) Calgary

Business Policy:
1) Calgary
2) Memorial
3) Manitoba

Debating:
1) Calgary
2) Memorial

Ethics:
1) Carleton, Lakehead (tie)
2) Wilfrid Laurier

Finance:
1) Calgary
2) Lakehead
3) Carleton

Labour Arbitration:
1) Calgary
2) Memorial
3) Queen´s

Marketing:
1) Calgary
2) British Columbia
3) Western Ontario, Nipissing (tie)

MIS:
1) Calgary
2) Memorial
3) McGill

Schools with most Top 3 Placings:
Calgary (7)
Memorial (4)
Carleton (3)
Lakehead (2)
British Columbia (1)
Brock (1)
Manitoba (1)
McGill (1)
Nipissing (1)
Queen´s (1)
Western Ontario (1)
Wilfrid Laurier (1)

How can McGill be a top business school when its performance in the ICBC is no better than Nipissing?

[09-12-2006,15:59]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Queen's I.C.B.C. 2007 Finalists)
*yawn* there, you got the last word. i don?t really give a shit since i go to the Harvard of Canada, whereas you?re just a pathetic little reject from Concordia. keep trying to convince ppl on this anonymous board that Concordia or JMSB is anything but the reject school that it is, but you?ll hopefully soon realize that ultimately no one cares and no one will ever take your last-place ranked school (or your unranked business school), seriously. so have a nice day, you insecure reject.
[09-12-2006,16:28]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Queen's I.C.B.C. 2007 Finalists)
I´ve notice UofT does worse than McGill at these business competitions such as the ICBC, so the UofT fanboys shouldn´t be so proud of their business school either.

I think these stupid MBA rankings don´t mean shit especially when students from small and relatively unknown schools like Brock and Nippissing can analyze a business case better than those students from the "big name medical schools" such as McGill and UofT.




[09-12-2006,16:32]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Queen's I.C.B.C. 2007 Finalists)
McGill?s Business Dean?s Bio:

Peter Todd joined the Desautels Faculty of Management as Dean and Professor in the fall of 2005. Prior to his appointment at McGill, he was the Chesapeake and Potomac Professor of Commerce, and Senior Associate Dean in the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia. While at Virginia, he also served as Associate Dean for Graduate Programs. He has also been on the faculty of the Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston where he was a Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Research, as well as Director of the Information Systems Research Center. Peter received his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from the University of British Columbia, and his BCom from McGill University.

http://www.mcgill.ca/management/dean/



Concordia?s Business Dean Bio:

Jerry Tomberlin was appointed Dean of the John Molson School of Business in March 2002. Prior to Tomberlin?s appointment as Interim Dean in August 2001, he served as an Associate Dean in various portfolios since 1995.

Dr. Tomberlin has also served as a consultant for the Bureau de la statistique du Qu?bec, the Royal Bank of Canada, and Clairol Canada among others. He has published many refereed articles and 10 conference proceedings. He has been a faculty representative to the University Senate and served on the Senate Steering Committee.

Tomberlin has a Master in Public Health in Biostatistics from the University of Michigan and an MA and PhD both in Statistics, from Harvard University.

http://www.pharmahorizons.com/jerryt.asp

--- Looks like the Harvard graduate is running Concordia?s business school, and not McGill?s. LOL

[09-12-2006,17:35]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Queen's I.C.B.C. 2007 Finalists)
Financial Times Intl. Business School Ranking
http://rankings.ft.com/rankings/mba/rankings.html

TOP 7
1. York Schulich
2. UofT Rotman
3. Western Ivey
4. McGill Desautels
5. UBC Sauder
6. Queen´s
7. UofA

Forbes Non-US Business School Ranking
http://www.forbes.com/2005/08/16/best-business-schools-list-cz_05mba_land.html

TOP 5
1. York Schulich
2. Queen´s
3. UBC Sauder
4. McGill
5. HEC Montreal

Business Week Non-US Business School Ranking
http://www.businessweek.com/bschools/06/full_time.htm

TOP 7
1. Queen´s
2. Western Ivey
3. UofT Rotman
4. York Schulich
5. HEC Montreal
6. McGill, UBC Sauder

McGill: Places 4th, 4th, tied for 6th as a business school in Canada. In other words, it´s on the top b-schools inthe country.

Concordia: No mention of its business school in rankings. In other words, it´s not good enough to make it into rankings and it has NO reputation.


[09-12-2006,18:08]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Queen's I.C.B.C. 2007 Finalists)
*one of the top b-schools in the country
[09-12-2006,18:12]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Queen's I.C.B.C. 2007 Finalists)
Now at least, we know the source of McGill´s arrogance. It comes from silly magazine rankings.
[09-12-2006,18:14]
Anonymous
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and we all know why UofT fankids DON´T like "silly" magazine rankings.
[09-12-2006,18:28]
Anonymous
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Maybe it´s just me but those rankings make Schulich look like the best in Canada.
[09-12-2006,18:48]
Anonymous



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