About the Telfer School of Management
The Telfer School of Management connects you to what matters. What matters to you, matters to us. What matters to you also matters to me. Whoever you are, my prime duty as Dean is to see that our school connects you to whatever people, resources and opportunities you need to realize your ambitions. Read more ›
Ian Telfer is a Canadian executive and philanthropist who is known for his strategic business success in the mining and resource sector. Currently, Ian serves as the Chairman of Goldcorp, Inc., a Vancouver-based gold mining company. Read more ›
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Connects You to What Matters
The world is changing. And so is the world of business. At the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa, we’ve understood that what matters goes beyond what you can count. We strive to maintain a network of high-quality connections - and what matters to us is to put you at the centre of everything.
Engagement with our stakeholders provides the basis for innovation at Telfer. Innovation in our programs and research creates world-class impact in our communities. Impact enables us to achieve our school’s mission. Learn more about these 3 themes by reading the following related articles.
At Telfer, we recognize that effective management education and research can only be achieved through both academic and professional engagement with our stakeholders, and that academic and professional engagement must intersect in meaningful ways in the delivery of our programs and in carrying out our research.
Engagement with our various stakeholders is driven by our creativity and willingness to experiment in our programs and research, while also being mindful of the importance of quality and consistency in our delivery. This provides the basis for innovation at Telfer.
The achievement of our mission is measured by the impact of our programs and research. At Telfer, our mission is to launch and accelerate management careers and influence sustainable organizational performance through the leadership of our graduates and the impact of our researchers.