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While Bitcoin has been in the headlines for many years, little was known about blockchain, the underlying technology that powers these digital currencies.. Blockchain is believed to improve the security of funds and data exchanged between users, major companies are adopting the technology for various reasons. This Telfer Forum will bring together industry and academic experts to discuss how blockchain technologies will continue impacting businesses. Read more ›

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The Canadian Health and Human Resources Network will be hosting the 2018 Canadian Health Workforce Conference (CHWC) from October 4th to 6th. The goal of the conference is to showcase the latest research, cutting-edge technology, and innovation in health workforce policy, planning, and management across the country and to provide academics and practitioners with an opportunity to engage in knowledge exchange and meaningful discussion on a range of health workforce issues. Read more ›

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Using the power of big data and analytics, Telfer School of Management Professor Bijan Raahemi has partnered with SMATS Traffic Solutions to help public transit companies dynamically adjust schedules and ultimately reduce passenger wait times. Read more ›

Embracing Complexity in Health: Leadership and Policy Making in a Complicated System

Implementing change and reducing costs in health organizations may not be as straightforward as health managers and policymakers think. So, how can we implement new initiatives effectively in such an unpredictable system? Can complexity thinking help us achieve real transformation? To address some of these questions, the Telfer School of Management will be hosting Embracing Complexity in Health: Leadership and Policy Making in a Complicated System on September 11th at 5:00 pm. Read more ›

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Professor Ivy Bourgeault and her research team will study how male and female knowledge workers experience mental health issues at work, what motivates them to stay at work or negotiate a mental health leave, and how they return to work after such a leave. Her team has been awarded a $1,425,000 SSHRC—CIHR Partnership Grant for this project. Read more ›

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Professor Barbara Orser and a research team from the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa have examined diversity in small and medium enterprise (SME) suppliers to the Government of Canada. Conducted in collaboration with Public Services and Procurement Canada, the report, Benchmarking SMEs as Suppliers to the Government of Canada: Inclusion, Innovation and International Trade, provides the federal government with a roadmap to increase diversity in SME suppliers.  Read more ›

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Meet the recipients of the 2018 Research Excellence Awards at Telfer: Professors Raahemi and Li have been recognized for their impact on the academic community and collaborations with different sectors of the industry. Read more ›

Two Cities, Curious Minds Management Theses at 3 Universities in the National Capital Region

Are a master or doctoral student at the Telfer School of Management, the Sprott School of Business, or the Département des sciences administratives at Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO)? Apply today to participate in a 10-minute Thesis Competition organized by the three schools and share your research ideas! Read more ›

Annual Conference on Accounting and Finance: Once Again a Major Success

For a fourth consecutive year, The Telfer School of Management hosted the prestigious Annual Conference on Accounting and Finance. Held on May 11, the 2018 Annual Conference on Accounting and Finance brought together more than 180 academics and professionals from around the globe.  Read more ›

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The takeaway of this Telfer Forum is an important message for health organizations: analytics and AI will continue advancing how health services are delivered, but health organizations should err on the side of caution. There are major opportunities so that AI-driven solutions can become a “cure” for many of challenges that health organizations currently face. However, if health providers, researchers, and the industry don’t work together to implement these technologies as part of larger digital health strategy, these opportunities might turn into a “curse.” Read more ›

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