Faculty & Research
Management and Organization Studies
Our mission is to create and disseminate knowledge that furthers social and human sustainability. We focus in particular on the relationship between organizations and the health and well-being of individuals, organizations, families, communities and societies. This covers diverse territory, including applied ethics, corporate social responsibility, employment relations, human resource management, organizational behaviour, organization development and organization theory.
The Management and Organization Studies group is committed to both undergraduate and graduate business education. Through the concentration in Human Resource Management, the area prepares undergraduate students for a career in HRM and develops the leadership and teamwork skills of undergraduate students in other business specialties. The group also plays a major role in SFU Beedie's Executive MBA Program, provides courses in all our other MBA programs and is very active in the Ph.D. program. Several MOS faculty provide their consulting expertise to companies in Canada and internationally, developing cooperative, mutually beneficial projects with industry, government and non-profit organizations.<
Faculty Members' Latest Publications
Toniolo-Barrios, M., & ten Brummelhuis, L. L. (2023). How does mindfulness reduce stress at work? A two-study examination using a stress appraisal perspective. Personality and Individual Differences, 215. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2023.112392
Gulseren, D. B., Gulseren, D. B., Gulseren, D. B., Lyubykh, Z., Lyubykh, Z., & Lyubykh, Z. (2023). Leadership Interventions to Foster Mental Health and Work Well-being. Routledge Companion to Mental Health at Work (pp. 198-217). Routledge. http://doi.org/10.4324/9781003255574-13