Navigating the now

Resources and insights to support the SFU Beedie community through the COVID-19 and other crisis, as we navigate uncertainty and identify emerging trends.

Insights and Outlook

Analysis:
  • How coronavirus is changing the rules on foreign investment in essential areas. The pandemic has highlighted concerns about foreign investment in strategic industries and resulted in some enhanced screening that will impact global trade
  • COVID-19 and the open-concept office: Is it time to renovate? Terri Griffith, Keith Beedie Chair in Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Simon Fraser University, spoke to the Vancouver Sun on the software and hardware changes adapting work will require
Videos and Webinars
  • Bringing anti-racism and allyship to the business forefront. A panel discussion around the history of racism in Canada and addressing structural inequities and racism in our society in a business context.
  • Numbers and Racial Data Collection. With anti-Asian racism and the Black Lives Matter movement drawing renewed attention, it's pertinent to examine how data collection can help understand hate crimes and racial injustice. A two-part series of panel discussions hosted in collaboration with the Chinese Canadian Historical Society of BC, Langara College Centre for Intercultural Engagement, and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden.
  • Looking Beyond the Pandemic. What's next for International Human Resource Management? Watch the recorded webinar with HRM experts Dana Minbaeva, Helen DeCieri and Angelika Zimmerman.
  • Cybersecurity and Covid19: What's happening. SFU Beedie's Professor Michael Parent and ICD’s CEO Rahul Bhardwaj explore this critical issue for boards and provide them with five key questions they should be asking.
Podcasts
  •  Success Podcast Series: Practice Management Considerations In Times of Crisis. Presented by CPA Canada. Listen on: Apple Devices | Android Devices.

Career Support

Webinar: Recruiting in the Middle of a Pandemic

 

SFU Beedie's Graduate Career Management Centre invited a panel of recruiters specializing in finance, technology, healthcare, sales and supply chain management to share their industry insight and stories about employment prospects during a time of global pandemic.

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Community Support

Online Programs

Graduate Diploma in Business Administration

SFU Beedie's GDBA can boost your career by giving you a greater understanding of the different functional areas of a company. It has been delivered online for more than 20 years, allowing students to keep working full-time while furthering their education.

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Executive Education

Individual and Organizational programs to enhance your own career or provide your employees with ways to grow.

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