Feedback on the Campus Abroad on Two Wheels from Our Grant Winners

Maxime Lavallée Bouffard and Jonathan Pace, BAA students in Professional Accounting Maxime Lavallée Bouffard and Jonathan Pace are BAA students in Professional Accounting at HEC Montréal. They were the winners of a scholarship awarded by the CPA International Research Chair in Management Control encouraging them to take part in the Montreal-Boston experiential course. From August 13 to 24, [...]

2017-10-04T12:08:09+00:00 September 25, 2017|

Publication: ‘Is Commitment to Performance-based Management Compatible with Commitment to University “Publicness”? Academics’ Values in French Universities’

Chatelain-Ponroy, S., Mignot-Gérard, S., Musselin, C. & Sponem, S. (2017). Is Commitment to Performance-based Management Compatible with Commitment to University “Publicness”? Academics’ Values in French Universities. Organization Studies, 0170840617717099. Individuals’ values in the context of NPM-based reforms are a central theme in studies of public professional organizations. While organization [...]

2017-11-09T12:12:46+00:00 September 1, 2017|

2017 Expert Report: The Role of Controllers and CFOs in Managing IT Projects

The International Research Chair in Management Control has just published its 6th expert report entitled "Comparative Analysis: the Role of Controllers and CFOs in Managing IT Projects(1)" co-written by Dima Mohanna, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Chair, Samuel Sponem, Associate Professor at HEC Montréal and Holder of the Chair, and Camille Grange, Assistant Professor [...]

2017-11-09T12:13:27+00:00 June 30, 2017|

Montréal-Boston by Bike: The Chair Awards a Scholarship to Two Accounting Students

As part of the Campus Abroad course 'Montréal-Boston by Bike', the CPA International Research Chair in Management Control awarded two scholarships of $ 1,000 each to two BBA students in Professional Accounting. Maxime Lavallée Bouffard and Jonathan Pace are the winners of this contest held in the winter of 2017. To be eligible, participants had to demonstrate a [...]

2017-09-22T15:04:34+00:00 May 15, 2017|

Publication: ‘Exploring differences in budget characteristics, roles and satisfaction: A configurational approach’

Sponem, S. & Lambert, C. (2016). Exploring differences in budget characteristics, roles and satisfaction: A configurational approach. Management Accounting Research, 30, 47–61. This study proposes a taxonomy of budget configurations. Combining a qualitative analysis and a cluster analysis, we identify five patterns of budget design and budget use: the [...]

2017-11-09T12:15:20+00:00 April 15, 2017|