|About the Centre|
|Past Fulbright Chairs|
|Business Research in Healthcare|
Research OpportunitiesConcurrent, Collaborative Projects
Monieson Centre projects offer researchers a unique collaborative environment. In our research model, interdisciplinary teams of researchers conduct concurrent and complementary investigations of business issues. This approach allows researchers the freedom to work from their expertise, while also enjoying the benefits of collegial interactions. Collaboration with leading international researchers also improves the likelihood of top-tier publications. Each research team includes at least one faculty member from Queen’s School of Business.Research Support
Researchers are fully supported by Monieson Centre staff who coordinate the research projects including (but not limited to) contracts, ethics reviews, budgeting, account administration, proposal submission, research assistance, questionnaire administration, interview scheduling and transcription, editing, distribution of results, conference planning, and travel arrangements. This collaborative approach generates significant time and resource savings, and frees researchers to concentrate on the investigative process.Results-Oriented Research Partnerships
The Monieson Centre's unique research model leads to customized, actionable recommendations derived from a deep contextual understanding of each organization. Our findings are derived from solid research produced by world-renowned academics.Research at the Speed of Business
Monieson Centre research projects are coordinated to proceed concurrently to reduce elapsed time. We create teams of world-class business researchers with different specialties to work collaboratively toward a single goal – to create deep insight into each organization's issues and challenges. This provides results of unparalleled value for our clients. The entire engagement is coordinated by the Monieson Centre's team of professionals to ensure the timely delivery of actionable results.
The knowledge-based economy represents a conundrum. While most organizations recognize the value of knowledge, they struggle to “know what they know," what they need to know, and how to operationalize knowledge by transforming it into action. Generating value from knowledge is a daunting task. It requires new ways of looking at organizations, strategy, structure, people and competition. The Monieson Centre employs an innovative research model, working in partnership with organizations to harness the power of knowledge.