Established in January 2010, the Centre for Information Technology, Organizations, and People (CITOP) is a strategic research unit within the Sprott School of Business that is dedicated to helping organizations better understand and manage the interrelationships between technology, organizations and people.
The Centre for Research and Education on Women and Work (CREWW), an organized research unit of the Sprott School of Business, Carleton University was established in 1992. The Centre’s mission is “to facilitate and disseminate research on women and work to both academics and the broader community.”
The Centre has been established to conduct, co-ordinate, and disseminate research on management issues of manufacturing and operations systems. The primary aims of the Centre’s research are to develop a scientific understanding of manufacturing/operations systems, and to develop techniques and models for enhancing their productivity; and to integrate the manufacturing and operations function into corporate strategy.
Established in 1984, the Research Centre for Technology Management (RCTM) conducts and disseminates research on issues related to management of technology and e-Business. The Centre is based at Carleton University’s Eric Sprott School of Business.
Building on the expertise and experience of the Centre for Social Marketing (established in 1993), the Sprott School of Business established a new research unit in October 2008 named the Sprott Centre for Social Enterprises / Centre Sprott pour les entreprises sociales (SCSE-CSES).
The International Business Study Group was established in 1984 to conduct, co-ordinate, and disseminate the results of research in international business.