Aldene Meis Mason

Associate Professor (Entrepreneurship, Strategy and International Business)
Program Lead - Indigenization; RBC Woman in Leadership Research Scholar

Office: ED 524.7
Phone: 306-337-2381

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Ph.D., Focus on Indigenous Entrepreneurship, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, 2015
FCMC (Fellow Certified Management Consultant), 2006
CMC (Certified Management Consultant), The Institute of Certified Management Consultants of Saskatchewan, 1991
CHRP (Certified Human Resource Professional), Saskatchewan Association of Human Resource Professionals, (1996 - June 2014)
MBA, Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, 1977
BSc, Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University, 1972

BUS 250 Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations
BUS 260 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour
BUS 302 Small Business Management
BUS 304 Innovation and Entrepreneurship
BUS 361 Management of Performance
BUS 362 Management Skill Development
BUS 400 Business Strategy
BUS 402 New Enterprise Creation
BUS 405 Business, Government & Society
BUS 453 Strategic Human Resource Management
BUS 461 Organizational Change & Development
MBA/GBUS 815 Business Policy & Strategy
MBA/GBUS 836 Innovation and Entrepreneurship
MBA/GBUS 867 Management Consulting
EMBA 865 Strategy
EMBA 900 Research Report

My research focuses on entrepreneurship, sustainable development, and resource management. This includes Indigenous and Northern opportunity recognition, enterprise/entrepreneurship, capacity building, innovation, sustainable communities, and corporate/Indigenous partnerships. Other interests include entrepreneurship education and real world, case and technology enhanced learning.