SEEC earns Readers’ Choice awards in Canadian HR Reporter poll
The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) has been named a Readers’ Choic...
SEEC welcomed back its Mini-MBA alumni and others for a Back-to-Campus networking breakfast event at the Executive Learning Centre on Jan. 24. The half-day morning session was a great success with dozens of attendees who took part in an interactive learning session. Executive Director Alan Middleton, a faculty member in the Schulich School of Business, […]Posted on
Turbulence, complexity and disruption are the three most common words that business and government leaders now use to describe the state of their working environment. What are the leadership competencies needed to not only manage everyday challenges but thrive in a turbulent market environment? What potential issues can blind-side your department or entire organization? Leading […]Posted on
Learn what the future of business looks like at our next SEEC Alumni breakfast event. “The Face of the Future: a look at what Alibaba does, does differently and what we can learn from them – a presentation by Alan Middleton, PhD, Guan Qi (Glan) Chen, MBA and Menglin (Mary) Bai, MA Econ. Find out […]Posted on
Change always presents a challenge for an organization. Yes, there’s strategizing and planning to consider – and budget – but since at least 80 per cent of changes fail, too often the most critical element is overlooked: the people. How can you expect a plan for change to succeed if the people who are going […]Posted on
Alan Middleton, Executive Director of SEEC, speaks at the alumni breakfast event July 27 about surprising events and how to manage the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity they can bring. If you missed this breakfast, register for future events today!Posted on