New research into ever-changing issues, techniques and trends is crucial to developing well-structured and forward-thinking organizations.
SFU Business has three new research centres led by senior faculty, which investigate new knowledge and information related to today's business practices. These centres are the result of the direct involvement of the business community in supporting research at SFU Business.
The Learning Strategies Group (LSG) collaborates closely with these centres to help provide their clients with particular programming needs and high level customization in the design of strategic learning solutions.
The CMA Centre for Strategic Change and Performance Measurement is committed to promoting research and knowledge on how organisations plan and execute strategic change and how best to measure the performance of organizations undergoing such change.
At the heart of the vision for the Centre for Corporate Governance and Risk Management (CCGRM) is the belief that good governance requires an enterprise-wide view of risk management. Identifying and disseminating best practices for corporate governance and risk management is at the core of the Centre’s mandate
The Global Asset and Wealth Management Centre conducts research on new markets and instruments in order to determine whether such additions should be part of an investor's asset mix and analyzes what asset classes and weights are appropriate given an investor's unique needs and concerns.
The Centre for Global Workforce Strategy carries out multidisciplinary research on issues surrounding effective work force management strategies on a global scale. The competition for skilled people is intense and new attitudes toward work and careers present additional challenges about work-life balance, which further complicates the strategic management of today’s workforce.
The Centre for Workplace Health and Safety contributes to the research on the sustainability of organizations and communities. Its aim is to increase the safety, health and welfare of employees and, by extension, the safety, health and welfare of those who are impacted by safety issues in the workplace: family members, employers, customers, suppliers, and nearby communities.
Jack Austin Centre for Asia Pacific Business Studies – a joint venture of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and Simon Fraser University – was named to recognize Jack Austin’s exceptional contribution to Canada-Asia relations. The goal of the centre is to carry out research, outreach and training activities on business issues that are relevant to Canada’s interests in the Asia Pacific region.
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