Bissett School of Business congratulates Assistant Professor, Abdul Chikhouni for having two of his papers accepted as submissions for the following world renowned conferences:
Job Satisfaction and Institutional distance: Far from Eye, Far from Heart; Academy of International Business (AIB), New Orleans, Louisiana, June 27 -30th, 2016. (Co-aothors Gwyneth Edwards, HEC Montreal; Rick Molz, Concordia University)
Multilevel Effects of Subsidiary Integration, Administrative Science Association of Canada (ASAC), Edmonton, Alberta, June 4-6, 2016. The theme for this conference will be: Global Perspectives in Business.
A team of 4th. year, General Management, BBA students were a “BBQ Rib” away from entering the Finals of Canada’s Business Model Canvas Competition (CBMC), held March 4-5th. at Dalhousie University.
Canada’s Business Model Competition ® (CBMC) represents an innovative and alternative paradigm for post-secondary students to demonstrate their innovativeness and entrepreneurship. The CBMC uses the philosophy and approach of Alex Osterwalder’s ‘Business Model Canvas’ plus integrating Steve Blanks’ ‘The Lean Start-up Movement’. These tools use an approach driven by a question, hypothesis, and validation process to create innovative business models that solve real problems. Leading-edge universities such as Stanford, Harvard, BYU, Waterloo, UBC and Dalhousie in addition to innovative global companies have used these models. Over the past five years, our Entrepreneurship Program has also integrated these models into our curriculum. — Douglas MacDonald
The Bissett School of Business wishes to congratulate Gerry Labute on having his paper “An Alternate Test for Variances” accepted into the American Review of Mathematical Statistics.
“American Review of Mathematics and Statistics (ARMS) is a peer reviewed international scientific journal that publishes original and valuable research in all areas of applied and theoretical mathematics and statistics. The journal strives to strengthen connections between research and practice, so enhancing professional development and improving practice within the field of mathematics and statistics. Papers accepted for publication are double-blind refereed to ensure academic integrity.” – ARMS