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Alma Lepage Award

 

+  Previous Recipients

Alma Lepage Award

+  2017

In 2017, the award went to Franck Barès, associate professor and director of the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovation for the case titled:
"La passion d'Anne-Sophie Riopel : l'aventure d'une jeune pilote d'avion devenue entrepreneure"

Photo Prix Alma-Lepage 2017

Anne-Sophie Riopel, Franck Barès, Michel Patry and Luc Bélanger-Martin, director of HEC Montréal Case Centre

+  2015

In 2015, the award went to Géraldine Dallaire, doctoral candidate, and Louis-Jacques Filion, professor in the Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and holder of the Rogers – J. A. Bombardier Chair of Entrepreneurship at HEC Montréal, for their case entitled:

"Geneviève Salbaing et l’histoire des Ballets Jazz de Montréal : savoir danser au rythme du temps"

+  2013

In 2013, the award went to Jacqueline Cardinal, researcher and writer for Gestion and biographer and associate researcher with the Pierre-Péladeau Leadership Chair at HEC Montréal, and Laurent Lapierre, associate professor with the Pierre-Péladeau Leadership Chair at HEC Montréal, for their case entitled:
"Ève-Lyne Biron et Biron Groupe Santé"

photo: remise du prix Alma-Lepage 2013

Alix Mandron, Ève-Lyne Biron, Jacqueline Cardinal and Michel Patry

+  2012

In 2012, the award went to Mai Thi Thanh Thai, assistant professor at HEC Montréal, and Huong Thanh Thai, sales executive at Ayo Furniture, for their two-part case entitled:
"An Phuoc (A et B)"

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Anne Mesny, Huong Thanh Thai, Nguyen Thi Dien, Mai Thi Thanh Thai and Michel Patry

+  2011

In 2011, the award went to Veronika Kisfalvi, Full Professor, and Raymonde Lévesque, Part-time Lecturer, in the HEC Montréal Management Department, for their case entitled:
"Lili-Anna Peresa : 'Pour faire une différence"

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Michel Patry, Veronika Kisfalvi, Lili-Anna Peresa, Raymonde Lévesque and Anne Mesny 

+  2010

In 2010, the award went to Jacqueline Cardinal and Professor Laurent Lapierre for their case entitled:
"Katharine Graham et le Washington Post"

Jacqueline Cardinal, colauréate (avec Laurent Lapierre) du prix Alma-Lepage

Michel Patry and Jacqueline Cardinal. Absent: Laurent Lapierre

+  2009

In 2009, the award went to Professors Veronika Kisfalvi and Cyrille Sardais for their case entitled:
"Eleanor Roosevelt : l'éclosion tardive d'un leader d'exception"

Veronika Kisfalvi et Cyrille Sardais

Michel Patry, Veronika Kisfalvi, Cyrille Sardais and Vital Roy

+  2008

In 2008, the award went to Rowena Agouri and Professor Christiane Demers for their case entitled:
"Annie et ses hommes : l'aventure Souris Mini"

Prix Alma-Lepage

Marie-Hélène Jobin, Rowena Agouri and Michel Patry. Absent: Christiane Demers

+  2007

In 2007, the award went to Professor Brahim Allali and Claude Ananou for their case entitled:
"Johanne Dion et TRANS-HERBe ou la passion des tisanes"

Photo: remise du prix Alma-Lepage 2007

Brahim Allali, Michel Patry and Claude Ananou

+  2006

In 2006, the award went to Sophie Daunais and Professor Laurent Simon for their case entitled:
"Joanna Berzowska & XS Labs : des robes... électrisantes!"

Photo: remise du prix Alma-Lepage 2006

Michel Patry, Sophie Daunais and Laurent Simon

+  2005

In 2005, the award went to Laurence Prud'homme and Professor Laurent Lapierre for their case entitled:
"Danièle Sauvageau : l'or"

+  2004

In 2004, there were two recipients:

Professor Laurent Lapierre and Andrée Bélisle for their case entitled:
"Lise Bissonnette et la nouvelle Bibliothèque nationale du Québec"

and

Professor Silvia Ponce, and Annie Viel and Vincent Renaud for their case entitled:
"Diane Rousseau et les bienfaits de l'argent"

Photo: remise du prix Alma-Lepage 2004

Vincent Renaud, Silvia Ponce, Jean-Marie Toulouse, Diane Rousseau, Annie Viel and Laurent Lapierre. Absent: Andrée Bélisle

+  2003

In 2003, the award went to Bernard Chassé and Professor Laurent Lapierre for the case entitled:
"Francine Lelièvre et Pointe-à-Callières, Musée d'archéologie et d'histoire de Montréal"

Photo: remise du prix Alma-Lepage 2003

Francine Lelièvre, Bernard Chassé and Suzanne Tailleur. Absent: Laurent Lapierre.

+  2002

In 2002,  the award went to Francine Richer and Professors Veronika Kisfalvi and Steve Maguire for the case entitled:

"Imaginez un printemps silencieux...' Rachel Carson, biologiste, pionnière du courant environnementaliste"

Photo: remise du prix Alma-Lepage 2002

Steve Maguire, Suzanne Tailleur, Representative of the Alma-Lepage Foundation and second cousin to Alma Lepage, and Francine Richer. Absent: Veronika Kisfalvi.

+  1990-2001

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