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Orser, Barbara

Orser, Barbara

Professeur Deloitte en gestion des entreprises de croissance
Professeure titulaire
B.A. (Hon.) (Waterloo), M.B.A. (Schulich, York), Ph.D. (University of Bradford)
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DMS 6104
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613-562-5800 poste 4570
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Domaines de recherche
  • Entrepreneuriat

Notice biographique

Mme Orser est professeure titulaire et Professeure Deloitte en gestion des entreprises de croissance. En 2010, Mme Orser a été reconnue comme l'une des 100 femmes les plus influentes au Canada (catégorie Champion) par le Réseau des Femmes Exécutives et a reçu le World of Differences 100 Awards de la International Alliance of Women. En 2011, elle a reçu le Prix pour service, enseignement et recherche de l'École de gestion Telfer à l'Université d'Ottawa.

Elle est conseilleuse auprès du gouvernement et l'ancienne présidente du Groupe de travail pour la croissance des entreprises appartenant à des femmes (2009-2011), un consortium national et impartial de femmes d'affaires, d'organismes de services aux PME, d'universitaires et d'associations sectorielles. Avant son arrivée à l'École de gestion Telfer en 2005, elle a été professeure agrégée aux universités Carleton et Ryerson et directrice de programme du Centre of Excellence for Women's Advancement au Conference Board du Canada.

Domaines de recherche

Barbara Orser mène des recherches liées à la croissance des petites et moyennes entreprises (PME), y compris la prise de décision entrepreneuriale, l'influence des sexes, l'internationalisation des PME et les politiques publiques. Elle est la coauteure d'un livre paru récemment, Feminine Capital. Unlocking the Power of Women Entrepreneurs, qui porte sur les femmes chefs d'entreprise et les féministes dans l'entrepreneuriat (Stanford University Press, 2015). La professeure Orser est également coauteure de deux livres sur les finances des petites entreprises et a mené un nombre d'études d'envergure sur la croissance des entreprises.

Ses travaux ont paru dans plus de 100 revues universitaires et professionnelles, dont Entrepreneurship, Theory and Practice, Journal of Small Business Management, Entrepreneurship & Regional Development,Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship , Revue canadienne des sciences de l'administration et Gender in Management: An International Journal. La qualité de son travail lui a valu des prix d'organismes tels que la Revue canadienne des sciences de l'administration, l'Association des sciences administratives du Canada, le Conseil canadien des PME et de l'entrepreneuriat et l'International Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.

Domaines d’enseignement

Barbara Orser a donné des cours de premier cycle et de maîtrise (M.Sc.) en entrepreneuriat et en marketing des services. Elle a enseigné également dans les domaines du marketing et de la gestion de la diversité.

Publications au cours des 7 dernières années

Livres

Orser, B.J. and Elliott, C. Feminine Capital: Unlocking the power of women entrepreneurs. Palo Alto, California: Stanford University Press, 2015.

Chapitres de livres

Orser, B.J. Strategies to Redress Entrepreneurship Gender Gap in Canada. In Henry, C., Nelson, T. and Lewis, K.. Routledge Companion to Global Female Entrepreneurship. London and New York: Routledge, 2016.

Elliott, C. and Orser, B.J. Feminist entrepreneurial identity: Reproducing gender through strategic decision-making. In Brush, C.G. and Greene, P.. Research Agenda for Women and Entrepreneurship. The Construction of Social Identity: The Case of Women Entrepreneurs. London, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 2016.

Orser, B.J. Women Entrepreneurs in Canada's Advanced Technology Sector. In Kariv, D.. Female entrepreneurship and the new venture creation. London and New York: Routledge, 2012.

Orser, B.J. and Leck, J.D. Physician as Feminist Entrepreneur: The Gendered Nature of Venture Creation and the Shirley E. Greenberg Women’s Health Centre. In Brush, C.G., Gatewood, E.J., de Bruin, A.M. and Henry, C.. Women's Entrepreneurship and Growth Influences: An International Perspective. London, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 2010.

Articles publiés dans des revues avec comité de lecture

Henry, C., Orser, B.J., Coleman, S., Foss, L. and Welter, F. 2017. Women's Entrepreneurship Policy: A 13 Nation Cross-Country Comparison. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 9(3).

Orser, B.A. and Riding, A.L. 2017. The Influence of Gender on the Adoption of Technology among SMEs. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business.

Orser, B.J. and Riding, A.L. 2016. Women entrepreneurs in Northern Canada: Contexts and challenges. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 27(2/3): 366-383.

Neville, F., Orser, B.J., Riding, A.L. and Jung, O. 2014. Do Young Firms Owned by Recent Immigrants Outperform Other Young Firms?. Journal of Business Venturing, 29(1): 55-71.

Leck, J.D. and Orser, B.J. 2013. Fostering Trust in Mentoring Relationships: An Exploratory Study. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 32(4): 410-425.

Orser, B.J., Elliott, C. and Leck, J.D. 2013. Entrepreneurial feminists: Perspectives about opportunity recognition and governance. Journal of Business Ethics, 115(2): 241-257.

Riding, A.L., Orser, B.J., Spence, M. and Belanger, B. 2012. Financing New Venture Exporters. Small Business Economics, 38(2): 147-163.

Riding, A.L., Orser, B.J. and Chamberlin, T. 2012. Investing in R&D: SME Financing Preferences. Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance, 14(2-3): 199-214.

Orser, B.J., Elliott, C. and Leck, J.D. 2012. Women-focused small business programming: Client motives and perspectives. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 4(3): 236-265.

Orser, B.J., Riding, A.L. and Stanley, J. 2012. Perceived Career Challenges and Response Strategies of Women in the Advanced Technology Sector. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development: An International Journal, 24(1/2): 73-93.

Orser, B.J., Riding, A.L., Dathan, M. and Stanley, J. 2011. Women in Advanced Technology: Examining the Influence of Role Orientation and Firm Structure on Perceived Gender Challenges. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development: An International Journal, 24 (1): 1-22.

Spence, M., Orser, B.J. and Riding, A.L. 2011. A Comparative Study of International and Domestic New Ventures. Management International Review, 51(1): 3-21.

Orser, B.J., Elliott, C. and Leck, J.D. 2011. Feminist attributes and entrepreneurial identity. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 26 (8): 561-589.

Orser, B.J., Spence, M., Riding, A.L. and Carrington, C. 2010. Gender and Export Propensity. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 34(5): 933-957.

Orser, B.J. and Leck, J.D. 2010. Gender Influences on Career Success Outcomes. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 25(5): 386-407.

Contributions sur invitation et/ou rapports techniques

Liao, D., Orser, B.J. and Riding, A.L. 2017. "Canadian Federal Procurement As A Policy Lever to Support Innovation and SME Growth", May, 49 pages.

Liao, D., Orser, B.J. and Riding, A.L. 2017. "Canadian Federal Procurement As A Policy Lever to Support Innovation and SME Growth. Executive Summary", May, 2 pages.

Orser, B.J., Kassun-Mutch, P., Elliott, C. and Levine Ruben, R. 2016. "Strengthening Ontario through Women's Enterprise. Women Entrepreneurs Ontario (WEO) Collective Access", Women Entrepreneurs Ontario (WEO) Collective, n/a.

Orser, B.J. and McGregor, B. 2013. "Missing Numbers", Roundtable on Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Trades, Business, Public Policy and the Law, University of Ottawa Telfer School of Management, n/a.

Orser, B.J. and Riding, A.L. 2011. "Women's Entrepreneurship in Northern Canada", Status of Women Canada, Canada, n/a, 42 pages.

Orser, B.J. 2011. "Action Strategies to Support Women's Enterprise Development", The Canadian Taskforce for Women's Business Growth, Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa, n/a, 7 pages.

Orser, B.J. and Findlay Thompson, S. 2010. "Supporting Women's Enterprise: The Impact of Women-focused Business Management Programming", Mt. Saint Vincent University Centre for Women in Business, n/a, 45 pages.

Orser, B.J. 2010. "Blueprint for Economic Growth", The Canadian Taskforce for Women's Business Growth, Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa, n/a, 4 pages.

Recherche subventionnée au cours des 7 dernières années

Recherche subventionnée au cours des 7 dernières années
De-À Source Titre * ** Rôle Montant
2017-2020 Status of Women Canada Empowering Women Leaders in Health: Health Care, Health Sciences & Indigenous Health S O Co-I $ 400,000
2016-2017 Business Development Bank of Canada WE Space Initiative P G PI $ 25,000
2016-2017 EY WE Space Initiative (2) R O PI $ 15,000
2016-2017 Perspectives about Women’s Enterprise R G PI $ 18,000
2016-2017 CREWW (Centre for Research and Education on Women and Work) The Impact of Female-focused SME Interventions in Advanced Technology Sectors R O PI $ 5,000
2014-2017 SSHRC Financing and the Growth of SMEs R C Co-I $ 82,070
2014 CREWW (Centre for Research and Education on Women and Work) The Impact of Female-focused SME Interventions in Advanced Technology Sectors R O PI $ 5,000
2011-2014 CRSH The Performance of Immigrant-Owned SMEs (PI: Allan Riding, uOttawa) R G Co-I $ 46,975
2011-2013 Fonds de recherche, École de gestion (SMRF) Women's Entrepreneurship and Innovation R I PI $ 5,930
2011-2012 Fond de recherche École de gestion Telfer (SMRF d'appoint) Network for Women's Enteprise Growth R I PI $ 1,982
2010-2011 Fonds de recherche, École de gestion (SMRF) Women-Focused SME Services Intermediaries: Market Needs, Operational Challenges and the Implications for Program Delivery R I PI $ 5,000
2010-2011 Fonds de recherche, École de gestion (SMRF) Taskforce for Women's Enterprise Growth R I PI $ 2,000
2008-2015 CRSH The Internationalization of SMEs - Entrepreneurship Strategic Knowledge Cluster (PI: Rob McNaughton, University of Waterloo) R C Co-I $ 1,950,000
2008-2012 SSHRC - Research in MBF Wanted: Mentors (PI: J. Leck, uOttawa) R C Co-I $ 124,150
2007-2012 SSHRC Disconnections: Gender and Trust in Mentoring Relationships (PI: J. Leck, uOttawa) R C Co-I $ 120,000

* But = C: Contrat de recherche, E: Subvention d'équipement, R : Subvention de recherche, S : Fonds de soutien, P : Subvention pédagogique, O : Autre, U : Inconnu

**Genre = C : Conseils subventionnaires, G : Gouvernements, F : Fondations, I : Financement interne UO, O : Autre, U : Inconnu

Rôle: PI = Chercheur(e) principal(e), Co-I = Co-chercheur(e), Co-PI = Co-Chercheur(e) principal(e)

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