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Name Stephen Hummel
School School of Business & Hospitality

Bachelor of Business Administration – International Business Management (Hounours)

Bachelor of Business Administration – Accounting, Audit & Information Technology
Academic and Professional Designations
  • Professional Engineer, member of APEO since 1980
  • BASc (Electrical Engineering), University of Waterloo
  • MBA (General Management), Wilfrid Laurier University
  • MSc (Research), University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, Nice, France
  • DBA, (Strategy Implementation), International University of Manaco, Principality of Monaco
  • PhD (Strategy), University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, Nice, France
Title Professor
Courses Taught
  • BUS74020, International Strategy & Planning
  • MGMT73120, Managing Business Performance (Multinationals)
  • BUS74050, Quality Management
  • FIN72105, Finance for Managers
  • OPER71260, Operations Management I
Areas of Expertise & Interest
  • Strategy & Strategy Implementation in business, education and health care
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Turnarounds
  • Operational Excellence
Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities
  • Retired CEO of multinational corporation (i.e. Westinghouse)
  • Conference Board of Canada award-winner for "Entrepreneurial Leadership in Multi-Cultural Environments"
  • Have successfully led business turnarounds globally across several industries (drugs, technology, capital equipment, industrial components, consumer products) including IPS & privatizations
Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications
  • Developed new credit and operational model for start-up leasing firm which was recently sold for $74 million
  • Invented sustainable fuel pressure regulator for Porsche/Ferrari fuel injection systems
  • Active case author with Ivey
  • Actively test new business theory by buying/starting up real businesses with operating and investing partners
  • Publish articles in a number of publications
Additional Information I enjoy the small class size at the college as compared to teaching in very large classes at a university.

 Stephen Hummel
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