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Inspiration for the entrepreneurial mind

Serendipity was the keyword during the Industry, Issues and Insights event held on September 28. Professor Mark Freel shared his perspective on the challenges and opportunities entrepreneurs will meet during their journey. His perspective contained that not all firms are made equally, some good ones may perish while some others may shine.  Read more ›

The Role of University in Entrepreneurship

The Research Office of the Telfer School of Management is pleased to be hosting the event entitled The Role of University in Entrepreneurship, to be held on November 8th from 5:30 p.m.  to 7:30 p.m. at Telfer School of Management (55 Laurier Avenue East, Ottawa, room 4101).  Read more ›

Ajax Persaud and Sandra Schillo

Big-data analytics investments don’t necessarily mean big impact. Two of our researchers from Telfer are exploring how to get more value from big data.  Read more ›

Lavagnon Ika wins an outstanding paper award

Lavagnon Ika, Associate Professor and Program Director, MSc in Management at the Telfer School of Management, won the Outstanding Paper in the 2017 Emerald Literati Network Awards of Excellence for his paper “Rethinking Revisited: Insights from an Early Rethinker” published in the International Journal of Managing Projects in Business.  Read more ›

Researcher looks into e-health and telehomecare applications among elderly patients

A first-of-its-kind Canada-wide survey of seniors’ health technology-related behavior  Read more ›

Peter Jaskiewicz is named to the editorial board of a top journal

Peter Jaskiewicz, full professor at the Telfer School, is named Associate Editor of the Family Business Review. He is the only Associate Editor on the board from Canada. Leading publication in the field of family enterprise, this international journal aims to advance knowledge of the family business systems. Published since 1988, it is devoted explore exclusively the dynamics of family-controlled enterprise, including a diversity of firm size ranging from very large to relatively small.  Read more ›

Review of the 24th International Conference on Multiple Criteria Decision Making

The 24th edition of the International Conference on Multiple Criteria Decision Making (MCDM 2017) was held at the Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa from July 10-14, 2017. The MCDM conference is organized every two years by the International Society on Multiple Criteria Decision Making. The Society represents a very productive research community in the field of MCDM. It has about 2000 members from over a hundred countries around the world:  Read more ›

A Closer Look at Family Firms Entrepreneurship

Under what conditions do family business have more (or less) entrepreneurial fire over time?  Read more ›

Climate change inaction: Why aren’t companies doing more?

Professor Daina Mazutis’ recent paper Sleepwalking Into Catastrophe: Cognitive Biases and Corporate Climate Change Inertia, published in the California Management Review touched on a hot topic: climate change.  Read more ›

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