Posted July 23, 2020 by Ross Porter Manoela Wagner
Perhaps it is becoming a tired observation, but we are living through a truly unprecedented period. The realities of climate change and social and economic inequality have placed renewed attention on the need to develop a more sustainable and just way forward for business and society. Added to this, the onset of COVID has cast unimaginable levels of disruption, volatility, and uncertainty upon us.
Posted July 21, 2020 by Manoela Wagner
Nkem Onyegbula, DBA student at Royal Roads, wrote an article about effective leadership competencies during the pandemic that has been published on CERIC.CA.
Posted July 14, 2020 by Business in Vancouver Magazine
An MBA laid a great foundation for a career, but what’s next? Royal Roads University’s Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) is the first program of its kind in British Columbia. Launched in January 2020, the four-year blended online and on-campus program is designed for professionals who aspire to lead their field or sector.
Posted July 6, 2020 by Juan Navarro
In February 2020, the latest research project completed by Juan Navarro, associate faculty at the School of Business at Royal Roads University, was released on the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC) website. This report includes a comparative analysis of the competition policy provisions in a number of comprehensive and state of the art Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) that can contribute to improving economic integration and prosperity across the Asia Pacific region and beyond borders.
Posted June 10, 2020 by Charles Krusekopf
Royal Roads’ Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program held an online speaker event led by Dr. Yves Tiberghien and moderated by RRU Professor and MBA program head, Dr.
Posted May 25, 2020 by Lee Sentes Rita Egizii
Life dot changing indeed!
Posted May 12, 2020 by Lisa Winbourne
This year’s third annual Royal Roads’ Design Thinking Challenge put the emphasis on “challenge” when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. The event was scheduled to run in-person in April collaboratively with the University of Toronto’s Rotman Commerce school.
Posted April 28, 2020 by Heather Hachigian
The best laid plans have gone awry for researchers everywhere over the last month. But now is not the time to despair over upended research. Research must adapt to emerging realities and contribute to building a more just and resilient future.
Posted April 9, 2020 by Hugh Stephens Charles Krusekopf
The rooms in the hotels in Tokyo and Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) had been all booked, the air tickets and visas were arranged, speakers and site visits had been lined up, appointments with companies and government officials in Tokyo and HCMC were confirmed - and then the COVID-19 crisis hit first Asia, and then North America.
Posted March 24, 2020 by Mary-Anne Neal
As the five Indigenous communities in the remote Sahtu region of the Northwest Territories work towards self-government, they have a pressing need to build leadership capacity in their community members. In order to accomplish this goal, they invited Mary-Anne Neal, Associate Faculty School of Business, to conduct a needs assessment and perhaps find ways to raise academic standards, improve literacy and increase pride in the Dene heritage.
Posted March 3, 2020 by Heather Hachigian Rob Mittelman
In an era defined by climate crisis and inequality, businesses and investors are increasingly recognizing the need for more inclusive and environmentally sustainable markets to drive long-term value creation. But short-term pressures prevent the private sector from leading this transformation on its own.
Posted February 20, 2020 by Hassan Wafai
Royal Roads University’s brand-new Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program began online on January 20, 2020.