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François Chiocchio

Evidence-based practices for human resources project management are the focus of a new publication co-edited by François Chiocchio, Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management at University of Ottawa's Telfer School of Management.  Read more ›

Shujun Ding

Shujun Ding, an associate professor in accounting and the Telfer Excellence Fellow, has been selected as the Telfer School of Management’s Young Researcher of the Year in recognition of the excellence he has demonstrated as a young researcher in the field of accounting. He completed his Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Calgary and his B.A./M.A from Renmin University in China. He has been a member of the faculty at the Telfer School since 2011.  Read more ›

Here are the top research-related stories published on the Telfer School of Management website in 2014.  Read more ›

Doug Angus

Professor Doug Angus of the Telfer School of Management played a role in identifying opportunities to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of Ontario’s immunization system in preventing disease as a member of the Advisory Committee for Ontario’s Immunization System Review.  Read more ›

Lavagnon Ika

The steep challenges of heading projects in Africa – an issue that stirs passionate debate among academics and practitioners – are examined in a special issue [This link is no longer available] of the Journal of African Business. This compilation of new empirical and descriptive articles on the practice of project management in Africa, peer-reviewed and reflecting a variety of perspectives, was edited by Professors Lavagnon Ika of the Telfer School of Management and Jan Saint-Macary of the Université du Québec.  The content, with an editorial by professors Ika and Saint-Macary, is available online [This link is no longer available].  Read more ›

We must reign in the soaring energy costs and carbon footprint associated with datacentres, says David Wright, a professor at the Telfer School of Management. He has called these hubs of computing power “the smokestack industry of the 21st Century.” And they’re becoming even bigger electricity guzzlers with the proliferation of big data.  Read more ›

Samir Saadi

Professor Samir Saadi of the Telfer School recently returned from the Southern Finance Association (SFA) annual meeting in Florida where he was an invited panelist on investment risk management. Each of the panelists had contributed to a new book, Investment Risk Management, to be published by Oxford University Press.  Read more ›

Sylvain Durocher

Accounting faculty and doctoral students from North America and beyond who are interested in alternative accounting research are invited to attend the Alternative Accounts Conference at the Telfer School of Management, April 17 – 18, 2015. This event especially aims to increase accounting researchers’ awareness of the diverse areas of research belonging to the “alternative” paradigm of accounting research. It will also provide a forum to discuss these studies from a variety of viewpoints – in a constructive environment.  Read more ›

Sylvain Durocher

How do private firms time their adoption of new accounting rules? This was the question asked by professors Sylvain Durocher of the Telfer School and Anne Fortin of the École des sciences de la gestion at Université de Québec à Montréal (ESG UQAM) in a recent study published in the Australian Accounting Review. They surveyed Canadian CFOs and found that economic cost-benefit considerations explain adoption timing decisions only in part.  Read more ›

Umar Ruhi

A paper authored by Professor Umar Ruhi and Dina Al-Mohsen (M.Sc.) won a best paper award at the 24th IBIMA (International Business Information Management Association) Conference in Milan, Italy. The paper was titled “Enterprise 2.0 Technologies for Knowledge Management: Exploring Cultural, Organizational & Technological Factors.”   Read more ›

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