The Centre relies on and leverages key partnerships in order to develop innovative ideas, research, and activities. Our current partners and some of our joint activities with them include:
SFU is partnering with Infosys in multiple ways. SFU is one of the few educational partners Infosys works with for its ambitious and highly regarded InStep program that places student interns to work on high-impact projects with Infosys mentors.
The Centre has multiple research projects in partnership with Infosys. Current projects include:
- Innovation at the Base of the Pyramid
- Social Responsibility and Transparency in Global Supply Chains
SFU has signed an MoU with IIM, Indore. The Centre is exploring various possible collaborative projects with them.
The Centre is currently developing executive education programs, in partnership with Beedie Executive Education, focusing on the extractive sector in India. Details to follow.
Several other partnerships are being explored with educational institutions and other organizations in Asia and Canada. Updates will periodically be announced on this page.
Beedie School of Business has four new, senior-faculty led research centres, 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 the Beedie School.
Jack Austin Centre will actively look for opportunities to collaborate with other centres at the Beedie School.