On an annual basis, the Desautels Faculty of Management presents two Distinguished Teaching Awards, one at the undergraduate level and one at the graduate level. All faculty members are eligible for the award.
Along with a wall plaque and certificate presented by the Dean, and recognition at the Spring Convocation, there is also a monetary value associated with the teaching award.
Deadline for Submission: March 20, 2015, 5:00PM
The purpose of the award is to honor excellence in teaching which can be reflected through a combination of
Convergent innovation for sustainable economic growth and affordable universal health care: Innovating the way we innovate
Authors: Laurette Dubé, Srivardhini Jha, Aida Faber, Jeroen Struben, Ted London, Archisman Mohapatra, Nick Drager, Chris Lannon, P. K. Joshi and John McDermott
Publication: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, December 2014
Authors: Hani Safadi, David Chan, Martin Dawes, Mark Roper, Samer Faraj
Publication: Health Policy and Technology
A new strategy leads to the improvement of cataract surgery
Author: Mo Chaudhury
Publication: Journal of Investing, Fall 2014
In a dramatic shakeup at family controlled Bombardier Inc., Pierre Beaudoin is stepping down as president and chief executive officer while his father, Laurent, is retiring as chairman and there are plans afoot for the possible sale of some business units.
Former United Technologies Corp. executive Alain Bellemare is set to replace Pierre Beaudoin – who held the CEO position for 6 1/2 years – on Friday and Pierre Beaudoin will become executive chairman of Bombardier.
The exceptional economic success of many European countries in the post-War period was characterised by the wide presence of family firms across the Continent. Particularly, in countries like Germany and Italy, family ownership came to be seen as the best guarantee of economic and social development. However, the consensus that family firms are good for growth has come under scrutiny in recent years.
Written by Professor Sujata Madan
Career Change – How can an MBA help?
There are generally two types of career change sought out by MBAs—a complete switch of role and industry, or a move within the same field.
Love in the digital era has changed many aspects of romance in our times. Richard Dagenais chats with Jui Ramaprasad, Assistant Professor at the Information Systems, Desautels Faculty of Management about how online dating sites have impacted the search for "love".
Watch full interview: Yahoo News Canada, February 10, 2014
The Globe’s roundup of research from business schools.
... Social media efforts prove good for a firm’s bottom line