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Daina Mazutis wins a prestigious EFMD case writing prize

Daina Mazutis has just won the prestigious international EFMD Case Writing Competition in the “Sustainable Production Systems” category. Mazutis, the Endowed Professor of Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability at the Telfer School of Management, won a 2,000€ cash award for her case “Newlight Technologies: Plastics For A Carbon Negative Future.” Her case, coauthored with Daniel Day, centres on a California-based company, Newlight Technologies, which developed a way of employing greenhouse gas emissions as a resource to make plastic, using carbon-capture technology.  Read more ›

New University Research Chairholder Craig Kuziemsky says: ‘Now is the time to seize next big opportunity in healthcare innovation’

The University of Ottawa has awarded Professor Craig Kuziemsky a University Research Chair in Healthcare Innovation. Professor Kuziemsky’s research program will centre on the creation of a data-driven framework supporting healthcare innovation driven by collaborative interprofessional teams.  Read more ›

Professors Bourgeault, Saadi, and Dutta honoured at Dean’s Assembly

Congratulations to the winners of the Telfer School of Management Research Excellence Awards, which were announced at the Dean’s Assembly on June 7, 2016:  Read more ›

Innovation to Transform Healthcare: The Massachusetts General Hospital Experience

On Wednesday, May 18, health care professionals, business leaders, students and public servants gathered to attend an event organized by the Telfer Health Transformation Exchange (THTex), featuring Dr. Eric Isselbacher, Director of the Healthcare Transformation Lab at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.  Read more ›

Another success: The Telfer Annual Conference on Accounting and Finance

For a second year, The Telfer Annual Conference on Accounting and Finance was once again a resounding success, with engaging presentations and discussions covering several timely topics in the fields of accounting and finance. More than 130 participants from around the world attended the event, hosted on May 13, 2016 in the Desmarais Building.  Read more ›

Body language is a lot more than “power postures” and firm handshakes

Nonverbal communication is often a hot topic in the popular management press, but management scholars lag behind in exploring this important form of communication. A deeper understanding of non-verbal behaviour in organizations would help researchers develop evidence-based tools, which managers can use to address a host of workplace challenges, argue Silvia Bonaccio, Jane O’Reilly, Sharon O’Sullivan, and François Chiocchio of the Telfer School. An article they published in the Journal of Management, entitled "Nonverbal Behavior and Communication in the Workplace: A Review and an Agenda for Research", is intended as a guide for academic researchers, but is also potentially of interest to anyone wanting to navigate what we know about nonverbal behaviour.  Read more ›

Canada and India Business and Education Collaboration

On Saturday, May 7, 2016, the Telfer School of Management Research Office, in collaboration with the Office of the International Research, hosted a breakfast meeting between the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute (SICI) and the University of Ottawa to discuss collaborative research and educational opportunities between India and Canada.  Read more ›

Business schools’ research impact in the National Capital Region

On May 3, 2016, the Telfer School of Management hosted the “Research in Management Forum: National Capital Region”, a joint event of the Telfer School of Management, the Sprott School of Business and the Université du Québec en Outaouais.  Read more ›

What counts as relevant evidence? Physicians disagree

Providing physicians with evidence from scientific publications when they need it may be the gold standard in evidence-based medicine, but there is a problem. Clinicians do not necessarily agree on what evidence is most useful to them at the point of care to manage a patient.  Read more ›

Dan Lane discusses ocean law and governance in China

Professor Daniel Lane, a Full Professor at the Telfer School of Management, joined a delegation of the Canadian branch of the International Ocean Institute, IOI-Canada, which was invited to assist the National Institute for South China Sea Studies (NISCSS) with its first China-ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) Academy on Ocean Law and Governance. The Academy, designed to foster a community of ocean governance in the region, was held on January 25–31, 2016.  Read more ›

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