Telfer School of Management

Enrolment at several of the region’s top business schools is on the upswing as universities roll out new programs specifically tailored to emerging and high-growth industries, experts say
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When recruiting, many employers go straight to the source: universities.
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A professional master’s degree sends a clear signal to employers: Graduates are equipped with the modern management tools in their respective industry and ready to take on leadership roles.
Home Hardware's CEO Terry Davis told the crowd of established and aspiring entrepreneurs about the lessons learned from his time at the helm of the Canadian-owned home-improvement chain.
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Conflict, whether at home or at work, can be a huge barrier to getting things done. When heads butt and tempers flare, it can bring even the best thought-out project to a grinding halt. Conflict can…
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To extract maximum value from the combination of tools referred to as business intelligence or business analytics, companies should consider their decision-making environments.
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As our world grows ever more connected, important questions arise about cybersecurity and how we operate on a day-to-day basis.
By Lucy Screnci It turns out, not all Canadian businesses are created equal.
A new study that shows fewer than one in 10 small and medium-sized Canadian enterprises does business with the federal government should be a wakeup call to companies looking for avenues
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In 2007, mining industry magnate and University of Ottawa alumnus Ian Telfer made what was then the largest donation ever given to a Canadian business school.