Area of Research:
Stan Potapenko, Civil & Environmental Engineering
Stanko Dimitrov, Management Sciences (supervisor)
Fatih Erenay, Management Sciences
James Bookbinder, Management Sciences
Liping Fu, Civil & Environmental Engineering
The University wide competition starts with our department-level heat. We want Management Sciences to be well represented on the university stage!
The 3MT is a university-wide competition for research-based master’s thesis and doctoral students. Competitors will have 1 slide and 3 minutes to explain their research to a non-specialist audience.
This year we will be running our own department-level heat on February 27, 2018 at 2:00 pm in CPH 4335 with prizes and a winner moving on to the university-wide competition.
Existing leadership theories tend to explain that leaders induce others to follow as a function of one or more of the following:
i) A specific set of traits possessed by the leader (e.g., charisma);
ii) Different types of behaviours the leader exhibits depending on the situation (e.g., a focus on tasks or a focus on relationships);
iii) Specifics relating to the structure and dynamics of the leader-follower relationship (e.g., economic, social, or psychological exchange, or a 'customized' focus on the 'follower').