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Professor Greg Richards Presents at the Smart Cities Conference

On March 13th, Professor Greg Richards spoke at the conference, “Smart cities: Imagining the future National Capital Region,” held at Library and Archives Canada (LAC). Key figures from the academic, public and private sectors exchanged their views on the future of the National Capital Region at this unique event organized by LAC in collaboration with the University of Ottawa and Ottawa 2017, and in partnership with Invest Ottawa and the City of Gatineau. Read more ›

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2017 MBA Case Competition Winners

Telfer promotes Diversity and Inclusion during Second Annual Case Competition

On March 3-4, 2017, the Telfer School of Management, in partnership with Export Development Canada and Deloitte, hosted the second annual Diversity and Inclusion MBA Case Competition. Read more ›

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Mental health: To disclose or not to disclose at the office

Researchers:
Professors Laurent Lapierre, Jane O'Reilly, Silvia Bonaccio, Magda Donia, Ivy Bourgeault and scholars from University of Calgary and Saint Mary's University.
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Celebrating uOttawa’s 2017 Top 5 Start-ups

The uOttawa Top 5 Start-ups initiative recognizes and celebrates the culmination of each annual cycle of teaching, competitions, workshops and hard work that lead to exciting start-ups. Read more ›

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Wojtek Michalowski

Professor Michalowski presents on health innovation with Ontario’s chief health innovation strategist

Ottawa stands poised to develop into an important player in healthcare innovation. And it can get closer to the goal by connecting the region’s clinical innovators to business acumen, and thereby drive better patient care. Read more ›

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Ivy Bourgeault wins APUO Award for Excellence in Research

Professor Ivy Lynn Bourgeault of the Telfer School of Management, holder of the CIHR Chair in Gender, Work and Health Human Resources, has won the 2016-2017 Award for Excellence in Research from the Association of Professors of the University of Ottawa (APUO). Read more ›

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A new Ian Telfer professorship will focus on the study of healthcare organizations

Samia Chreim has been named the Ian Telfer Professor in Health Organization Studies. Her research provides new insights into the dynamics of organizational change, integration across organizations, and collaboration among professionals. Professor Chreim recently sat down to discuss the evolution of healthcare organizations and noted that transformation will increasingly require coalitions of professionals, with complementary skills and resources. Read more ›

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Professor Magda Donia

A paper by Magda Donia is honoured by a top journal in organizational behaviour

Professor Magda Donia has been honoured for her article in the Journal of Business and Psychology which makes an original contribution to the research on organizational-citizenship behaviours. She received an Editors Commendation from the JBP for her paper, one of only 8 papers selected for this distinction out of a total of nearly 500! Read more ›

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François Chiocchio

Creation of a research chair on health services organization

Professor François Chiocchio will study how health services can be enhanced by improving teamwork and collaboration as the inaugural Montfort Hospital Research Chair in the Organization of Health Services. Read more ›

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Financial Open – An Example in Dedicated Students

If you happen to walk by the Desmarais building during the weekend of January 28-29, you’ll be surprised to find 400 motivated students from all over Eastern Canada. These students, hailing from 11 different universities, will be meeting at the Telfer School of Management for a case competition called Financial Open (OF). Read more ›

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