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Schulich Executive Education Centre and Scale AI form training partnership

Schulich Executive Education Centre and Scale AI form training partnership

Scale AI, an Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada Supercluster, will fund eligible Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) participants who enrol in the Masters Certificate in Analytics for Leaders program with a total grant of approximately $200,000 in the first year. This is Scale AI’s first partnership with SEEC, a unit of the Schulich School of […]

Announcement of the appointment of dean, Schulich School of Business

Announcement of the appointment of dean, Schulich School of Business

The following is a message to the community from York University President and Vice-Chancellor Rhonda L. Lenton. Dear colleagues, I am delighted to inform colleagues in the Schulich School of Business (SSB) and across the York University community that the search for the next dean of the Schulich School of Business has reached a successful […]

Announcing the Jack Leitch Award in Entrepreneurial Thinking

Announcing the Jack Leitch Award in Entrepreneurial Thinking

Longtime York University supporter Jack Leitch will be celebrated with an annual award in his name that recognizes incoming MBA students. The inaugural recipient of the Jack Leitch Award in Entrepreneurial Thinking will be announced this fall. Leitch left an enduring legacy at York and the Schulich School of Business, beginning in 1965 when he made his […]

Recipients of the Provostial Fellowships announced

Recipients of the Provostial Fellowships announced

Professors Burkard Eberlein (Schulich), Sapna Sharma (science), Cheryl van Daalen-Smith (health, Liberal Arts & Professional Studies) and Qiang Zha (education) have been appointed York University Provostial Fellows. Appointed for one year, each of the recipients will work to enhance collegial capacity at an institutional level to advance the priorities of the University Academic Plan (UAP) […]

Schulich contributes to research advancing theory of institutional drift

Schulich contributes to research advancing theory of institutional drift

Even the smallest variations in the way people interact with one another and perform their jobs inside an organization can lead to significant institutional change over time, according to new research published in the Journal of Management Studies. Maxim Voronov, a professor of organization studies at York University’s Schulich School of Business, co-authored the research paper together with Mary Ann […]

Research identifies how to become the next Uber or Amazon

Research identifies how to become the next Uber or Amazon

The success and proliferation of digital platforms like Uber and Amazon are increasingly inspiring entrepreneurs to build new ventures on similar lines. Despite the prominent success stories, many digital platforms fail to survive the startup stage. How can aspiring platform entrepreneurs overcome the early-stage challenge and enable the successful emergence of digital platform ecosystems? Professor Anoop […]

Schulich program inspires teaching focus at Humber River Hospital

Schulich program inspires teaching focus at Humber River Hospital

A program developed by the Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) is the inspiration behind a project to turn Humber River Hospital into a teaching institution. Dr. Patrick Safieh, a member of the hospital’s medical staff, is spearheading the project after his own experience in the Healthcare Leadership Development Program (HLDP) developed by SEEC in the Schulich […]

New study explains how time influences consumer behaviour

New study explains how time influences consumer behaviour

How does the past, present and future interact to influence consumer behaviour? A new study published in the Journal of Consumer Research considers how time is a key structural component of our lives and its resulting influence on market activities. The research, undertaken by York University Associate Professor Ela Veresiu (Schulich School of Business) in collaboration with Assistant Professor […]

Schulich partners with UN to study how climate change impacts real estate values

Schulich partners with UN to study how climate change impacts real estate values

Physical climate risk is fundamental and critical to all real estate investors, but according to a new report from the United Nations, in partnership with York University's Schulich School of Business and Henley Business School in the United Kingdom, there is a lack of information and understanding about how these risks could affect property values in the […]

Pandemic news consumption affects work engagement, study shows

Pandemic news consumption affects work engagement, study shows

News consumption has increased significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic as people try to make sense of the constantly evolving situation. However, there is evidence that consuming a significant amount of negative news can be anxiety-provoking and negatively affect mental health. How does this affect workers’ ability to be engaged at work during the pandemic? Schulich […]