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Is your work meaningful to you? In a new article published in the Academy of Management Review, Associate Professor Jane O’Reilly, from the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management, and her co-authors claim that employees develop a sense of meaning when they can achieve goals that have a purpose. However, to achieve these goals, employees need to have social connections to others who can offer them supporting resources along the way. Read more ›

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Join us on March 4th, 2020 in our next Telfer Forum, Breaking Burnout: Improving Employee Mental Health and Well-Being. A panel of experts from uOttawa, Public Services and Procurement Canada, and Deloitte Canada will share the latest evidence-based insights and best practices Read more ›

Construction and development workers

A recent study co-authored by Associate Professor Daina Mazutis suggests that leadership plays a major role in driving forth sustainable urban transformations. In the article published in the Journal of Cleaner Production, the authors analyzed the case of the Zibi Development. We interviewed Professor Mazutis to find out about the role of leadership in bringing radical change to the sector. Read more ›

How can businesses be more sustainable by improving their supplier relationships?

Sara Hajmohammad joined the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa as an Assistant Professor in July 2019. We interviewed her to learn more about her research interests in sustainable operations and supply chain management. Read more ›

Employees at work

In a new study, Associate Professor Magda Donia and collaborators suggest that increasing employee’s responsibilities and autonomy in culturally diverse workplaces does not always lead to higher employee satisfaction, performance, and creativity. Read more ›

University and Industry Collaborate to Improve Sales Development Performance

Alhassan Ohiomah is a doctoral candidate in Electronic Business. We interviewed him to find out more about a research project that aims at advancing our knowledge about sales development. Read more ›

executives in a meeting

Ali Akyol was hired as an Associate Professor at the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa. In this interview, he talks about his research on the effects of the board of directors and financial misconduct on shareholder value. Read more ›

Destigmatizing Employee Mental Illness: The Value of Training Organizational Leaders

Jennifer Dimoff is a new Assistant Professor at the Telfer School of Management. Her research reflects her firm endorsement of the scientist-practitioner model. We interviewed her to learn more about her research interests in the field of Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Read more ›

A New Computer-Based Tool to Help Manage The Ottawa Hospital Home Dialysis Program

Antoine Sauré and Ahmet Kandakoglu teamed up with The Nephrology Division of The Ottawa Hospital to develop a computer-based tool that will help nursing staff to streamline the development of nurses’ schedules and their daily itineraries. Read more ›

Students from the three universities

Twenty management graduate students from Université du Québec en Outaouais, Carleton University, and the University of Ottawa were challenged to explain as creatively as possible the impact and significance of their research. Over 80 students and faculty members from the three universities attended the event. Read more ›

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