Telfer School of Management

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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.
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In 1977, a failed research project at McKinsey & Co. set in motion the wheels that would lead Tom Peters and Robert H. Waterman, Jr.
Pat McGowan believes the term “sharing economy” is a misnomer, and he’s not shy about saying so.
After spending more than three decades at Ottawa-based insurance provider Encon Group, growing the company during a major economic downturn, Jean Laurin is retiring. By Jacob Serebrin
Shaun MacLellan says he was on the fence about going to the Montreal International Startup Festival. By Jacob Serebrin