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Government contracts a boon for small businesses? Not so fast, say uOttawa researchers

As governments look for ways to promote growth in the business sector and create jobs, part of the solution lies with entrepreneurial businesses. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) account for a disproportionate share of job creation, innovation and the accompanying economic prosperity in Canada.  Read more ›

Small enterprise goes green

When it comes to sustainable development, small and medium-sized businesses innovate in many subtle ways, says Martine Spence. (Photo: Andrea Campbell / University of Ottawa)  Read more ›

Telfer Research Excellence Awards – 2017 Recipients

Telfer Research Excellence Awards – 2017 Recipients  Read more ›

Shattering the health care sector glass ceiling

Women have been making steady gains in the traditionally male-dominated health care field. They make up over 50% of medical school students across Canada and over 80% of the health care workforce. Yet gender disparities remain. Women lead fewer than 20% of hospitals, and hold relatively few leadership positions overall.  Read more ›

Antoine Sauré’s Research Supports Better Decision-Making in Healthcare

Professor Antoine Sauré is a new faculty member at the Telfer School of Management whose research focuses on solving capacity-planning and patient-scheduling problems in healthcare services. Professor Sauré talked about his research interests in a recent conversation.  Read more ›

Peter Jaskiewicz Receives a ‘Best Reviewer’ Distinction

Peter Jaskiewicz received the Best Reviewer Award from the journal Corporate Governance: An International Review (CGIR). The publisher Wiley-Blackwell and CGIR commended professor Jaskiewicz for service excellence in providing extensive and developmental reviews of manuscripts submitted to the journal.  Read more ›

Healthcare for Millennials: Opportunities and Challenges

A panel discussion, moderated by Dr. Ken Farion of the Faculty of Medicine and the CHEO Research Institute, brought together three of our researchers to discuss the future of healthcare services with an audience of approximately 80 healthcare professionals, students and researchers.  Read more ›

Business research in the National Capital Region – thesis competition and poster session

Apply today to participate in a 10-minute Thesis Competition organized by the Sprott School of Business, the Telfer School of Management, and the Université de Québec en Outaouais’s Département des sciences administratives! On September 29 at Sprott, you’ll have the opportunity to square off against your business-school peers for $6,000 in cash prizes.  Read more ›

The Telfer School of Management continues to shape the future management of mega projects with forward-looking research and thought leadership. The latest example: an eye-opening panel discussion on complex project leadership, organized by the Pearson Centre for Progressive Policy and featuring professor Stephane Tywoniak as the keynote presenter.  Read more ›

Expert Perspectives on Teamwork in a Digital Economy

On April 6th 2017, the Telfer School of Management welcomed 50 participants for an event centered on the growing impact of teamwork in a digital economy. Composed of researchers drawn to teamwork, human resources experts and software developers keen on digital evolution, the panel shared their perspectives on working in a digital environment and how it affects employees, work, and people’s lives.  Read more ›

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