Dean Mitch Fields of the Odette School of Business will moderate a panel discussing “Post-COVID Perspectives on Leadership in a Global Setting” over breakfast Dec. 7.
Successful entrepreneurship is critical to a vibrant economy, but about 50% of new ventures fail within five years with dysfunctional teamwork being one of the most common causes.
A team of researchers, led by faculty from the Odette School of Business, are addressing this issue by investigating the social dynamics that enable startup teams to overcome adversities and uncertainties associated with starting a new business.
Odette School of Business professor Kyle Brykman is leading a study on the resiliency of small businesses.
A panel will discuss the impact and implications of the growing number of international students in Windsor-Essex Jan. 23.
Francine Schlosser will take up an additional appointment as the inaugural Odette Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, May 1.
Students from Windsor anbd Oxford, England, are pooling their talents to commercialize scientific innovations.
Francine Schlosser has been appointed executive director of the University of Windsor’s Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre.
The Energy and Water 2016 Symposium and Industry Summit will examine and propose solutions for sustainable water and energy utilization.