Queen's School of Business Centres and Services
Queen’s School of Business Centre for Business Venturing is committed to being the leading and definitive source of knowledge and expertise in the creation, leadership and management of new ventures.
The Monieson Centre facilitates the generation of breakthrough knowledge and public policy, creating opportunities for academic, business leaders and policymakers to develop research-based solutions to real-world questions. The Centre is currently pursuing two independant research themes; Economic Revitalization and Business Research in Healthcare. The Monieson Centre was established with generous funding from Melvin R. Goodes. The Centre is named for Dr. David Danny Monieson, and emeritus faculty member renowned for inspirational teaching and leadership at Queen's School of Business.
Queen's School of Business Centre for Responsible Leadership is committed to inspiring practitioners, researchers, teachers, and students of business to instill responsible leadership as an integral part of their thinking and practice.
The Queen’s Executive Decision Centre has developed innovative uses of computer technology to support the planning and decision-making tasks of executive teams from both private- and public-sector organizations in Canada. Services provided by the Centre include: strategic planning; focus groups; team-building; group problem-solving; business process re-engineering; and brainstorming. As the technology is fully portable, these tasks may be undertaken on the Queen’s campus or at any preferred location.
Queen's Business Consulting is Canada's top undergraduate consulting program. In operation for over 30 years, QBC is a year-round venture managed by senior undergraduate commerce students under the direction of the Queen's School of Business faculty. QBC provides a range of cost-effective consulting services to owners, managers and staff of small and medium-sized businesses as well as professionals from not-for-profit and public organizations. We are dedicated to providing high-value and high-impact advice in the areas such as marketing, finance, accounting, Internet commerce, information systems, production management, and market research.
The CA - Queen's School of Business Centre for Governance funds Queen's faculty and doctoral student research into Canadian and international corporate governance issues, especially those which relate to audit committees and financial reporting. Through their endeavors, the Centre also contributes to the creation of leading-edge curriculum. The Centre is partially funded through the generosity of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario (ICAO).