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Jonathan Calof

Jonathan Calof
Course:
Strategic Management of Complex Projects and Programs
Education:
BA, Carleton University; MBA and PhD, Ivey University of Western Ontario
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Dr. Calof is recognized as one of the leaders in intelligence and foresight. A full professor of International Business and Strategy at the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa, Dr. Calof combines research and consulting in competitive intelligence, technical foresight and business analytics to help organizations develop key insights on their competitive environment.

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François Chiocchio

François Chiocchio
Course:
Organizational Behaviour of Project teams and their Systems
Education:
BA, BSc, MSc, PhD (Université de Montréal)
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François Chiocchio is professor of organizational behaviour and human resource management at the Telfer School of Management. He received his PhD in psychology from Université de Montréal in 2002. His research focuses on projects, teamwork and collaboration in various organizational environments, including healthcare organizations in Canada and Africa.

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Lavagnon Ika

Lavagnon Ika
Course:
Strategic Management of Complex Projects and Programs
Education:
BAC C (Collège Père-Aupiais), BBA (Institut National d'Économie), BAC G2 (National Examination), MSc (Université du Québec en Outaouais), PhD (Université du Québec à Montréal)
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Lavagnon Ika is associate professor of project management. He holds an MSc in project management and a PhD in business administration with specialization in international development project management, a Montreal-based joint doctoral program with McGill, Concordia and HEC.

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Laurent Lapierre

Laurent Lapierre
Course:
Self Realization and Personal Development
Education:
BSc (Université de Montréal), MASc (Waterloo), PhD (McMaster)
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Professor Lapierre's educational background is in industrial-organizational psychology and business administration. His research focuses mainly on two topics—work-family conflict and leadership. Work-family conflict refers to the incompatibility between one's work and family obligations, which creates a host of problems, such as poor employee health, dissatisfaction at work and at home, poor job performance and increased absenteeism and turnover.

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Michael Miles

Michael Miles
Course:
Planning and Communicating Change Effectively
Education:
BA (Carleton), MA (University of Alberta), MSc (Pepperdine), MS (Fielding Institute), PhD (Fielding Institute)
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Michael Miles completed his doctoral degree in human and organization systems at the Fielding Institute in Santa Barbara. He holds two management-related master's degrees (in organization development and organization systems, from Pepperdine and the Fielding Institute, respectively) and one in community development (University of Alberta). 

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Dan Ross

Dan Ross
Course:
Acquisition Strategies
Education:
BSc in mathematics from the University of Saskatchewan, graduate of National Defence College
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Dan Ross holds a BSc in mathematics from the University of Saskatchewan and is a graduate of the National Defence College and the Canadian Forces Command and Staff College. In the rank of Brigadier-General, he served as the deputy foreign policy advisor to the prime minister for three years.

R. Sandra Schillo

R. Sandra Schillo
Education:
BSc/MSc (Diplom; Karlsruhe), PhD (Kiel)
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Sandra Schillo focuses her research on improved methodologies relating to the measurement of innovation and entrepreneurship and their impact.

Professor Schillo has research and professional experience in the areas of science and technology, research and innovation management and entrepreneurship.

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Stephane Tywoniak

Stephane Tywoniak
Course:
Systems Thinking
Education:
PhD (HEC School of Management, France)
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Stephane Tywoniak is professor of Complex Project Management at the Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa (Canada). He has over twenty years' experience teaching strategy, systems thinking, entrepreneurship and project management. His academic coordination track record includes: La Rochelle Business School (Project Management and Entrepreneurship Master's majors) MBA Director (Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Brisbane, Australia -2014/15); Academic Director and Founder, Executive Master in Complex Project Management (QUT, 2007/08 and 2012/14), PhD Coordinator (QUT School of Management, 2008/10).

He has extensive experience in executive education and consulting with major project-based organisations in government and industry (Australia, UK, Canada, USA).

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