Learning Experiences Offered by Business Schools in Canada
Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) Canada has asked the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA) to undertake a workshop assessment on learning experiences offered by business schools.
The following questions will help to guide the facilitated workshop:
- What are the management skills required to ensure innovative corporate culture?
- What are some of the leading practices in teaching those skills?
- How have the learning experiences offered by Canadian business school evolved over the last decade, for students and business managers, younger and older, to incorporate the management of innovation?
- How do the programs and experiences provided in Canadian business schools compare with other innovative countries and what are some promising initiatives that could be adopted in Canadian business schools?
- What is the role of other faculties in enhancing an innovation culture and how do business schools integrate these efforts into their programs?
The CCA’s Board of Governors has approved the assessment and preliminary background research has begun. The workshop is expected to take place in May 2017 and the results will be published in a final summary report in late 2017.
The main goal of the workshop is to develop an evidence base on how to best teach innovation management skills. The focal point will be the teaching practices offered by business schools, both in Canada and internationally, and how this corresponds to the demand for innovation management skills in the private sector.
Workshop Steering Committee Members and Workshop Participants
The CCA, under the guidance of its Scientific Advisory Committee and Board of Governors, will appoint a Workshop Steering Committee to complete the necessary background research in advance of the workshop. Following the establishment of the Steering Committee, the CCA will assemble a multidisciplinary, multi-sectoral, group of experts to participate in the two day workshop. The CCA’s Member Academies ― the Royal Society of Canada, the Canadian Academy of Engineering, and the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences ― will also provide key guidance and input throughout the workshop process, including participant nominations and dissemination processes.
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