Management News from Dal News
From Dal’s Transition Year Program to studying Management, Trevor Silver has been driven by a simple motto — one that’s now the brand for his own clothing business.
The Conversation: Canada’s ports policy needs to move into the 21st century
Canada's ongoing Port Modernization Review should lead to greater clarity of port purpose, less political control through board appointments and better reporting standards, writes Dal Management prof Mary Brooks.
Getting back in good standing
Commerce students Sam Brown and Josh Dias know what it's like to lose your way a bit at university. But thanks to the Refining Your Learning Skills for Academically Dismissed Students program, they’re back in class with a renewed focus.
Faculty & Research
In what ways should society support entrepreneurial small businesses? How can we produce food more efficiently? Learn more about the pressing questions being researched here.
- "There's no textbook about this level of interdisciplinary engagement"
- Release: New Dalhousie study finds that 6.4 million Canadians limit the amount of meat they eat, and number will likely grow
- Faculty of Management researchers investigate freshwater landscapes, hydroelectricity‑driven landscape change, virtual teams and social change
- The courage and resilience to move forward
- Does your organization need a solution for a strategic issue?