Telfer School of Management

The awards highlight the innovation, leadership and success of dozens of companies in Ottawa and recognize organizations that are driving economic and community growth. 
You may not think a farm in the Congo and recovering addicts here in Ottawa could have anything in common, but Telfer Executive MBA candidates Eddie Ukety and Laura Novitsky may beg to differ.
Under the leadership of Charlotte Karam, Telfer Executive MBA’s new director, the program is gearing up for a fresh cohort of participants and a new global outlook.
This year marks the 25th edition of the awards, which have become widely recognized as the region’s most sought-after business accolade for people under the age of 40.  
While the chief executive exudes positivity and joy, she's faced her share of hurdles. On the topic of resilience, Tremblay was honest.
Some things are worth waiting for, including the opportunity to hear Jamaican-born Canadian entrepreneur Wes Hall speak at a special dinner hosted Thursday night by the business students of Telfer…
uOttawa's Gregory Richards says it's not every year the Executive MBA program includes students from Nunavut, the Persian Gulf, and other geographies far from downtown Ottawa.
Are real families as dysfunctional as the feuding clan depicted in HBO's Succession? Telfer School of Management professor Peter Jaskiewicz talks about that and more in part two of our Q&A.
In part one of a two-part Q&A, Telfer School of Management professor Peter Jaskiewicz talks about the vital economic role of family enterprises and why's it so important to ensure they survive.
The Telfer School of Management’s two-year Executive Master of Health Administration program will begin in January, featuring six semesters of mostly online course material.