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Daniel Ondrack

Daniel Ondrack

Professor Emeritus of Organizational Behaviour & HR Management

Degrees:

PhD, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
MS in Statistics, Department of Statistics, Stanford University
MBA, College of Business Administration, Kansas State University
BSc in Mechanical Engineering, University of Delhi

Bio

Daniel Ondrack is a Professor Emeritus of Organizational Behaviour at Rotman and Academic Director of Executive Programs. His teaching interests lie in international human resource management and organizational change. Daniel’s research focuses on international human resource management, cross-cultural behaviour and strategic human resource management.

Academic Positions

  • 1997-2013

    Visiting Professor for summer terms at the University of Hong Kong,

  • 2006-2010

    Visiting Professor at the University College of Cayman Islands ,

  • 1998-2012

    Academic Director, Executive Programs,

  • 1995-1996

    Research leave (INSEAD),

  • 1993-1995

    Associate Dean (Ph.D./International Programs) and Area Coordinator for Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources Management,

  • 1991-1993

    Associate Dean(Academic), Faculty of Management,

  • 1987-1990

    Area Coordinator for OB/HRM,

  • 1987-1989

    Visiting Professor, HR Management Program, Advanced Management Centre, Dalhousie University

  • 1985

    Full Professor, Faculty of Management Studies and Centre for Industrial Relations, University of Toronto

  • 1985

    Visiting Professor, London Business School

  • 1973-1985

    Associate Professor with Tenure, Faculty of Management Studies

  • 1983-1984

    Visiting Professor, INSEAD, France

  • 1977

    Cross Appointment, Centre for Industrial Relations, University of Toronto

  • 1977

    Visiting Professor, Groningen University, NL

  • 1975-1977

    Visiting Professor and Chair for OB Programs, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management, Brussels, Belgium

  • 1974-1975

    Acting Associate Dean (Academic), Faculty of Management Studies, University of Toronto

  • 1969-1973

    Assistant Professor, Organizational Behaviour, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Toronto

  • 1966-1969

    Doctoral Student and Teaching Assistant, School of Business Administration, University of Michigan

  • 1965-1966

    Joint Appointment as Lecturer, School of Business and Centre for Industrial Relations, University of Toronto

Non-Academic Positions

  • 1960-1962

    Social Worker, Department of Welfare, Province of Alberta

Selected Publications - Papers

  • Some Approaches to Internationalization of PhD Education in Management

    in T. Cavusgil (Ed.) Michigan State University CIBER Roundtable Conference on Internationalization of Doctoral Education, (forthcoming)

    1995

  • After NAFTA: How HRM Should Respond to the North American Free Trade Agreement

    Human Resources Professional (January-February)

    1994

    Pages: pp. 25-27

  • HRM Implications of NAFTA The Canadian View

    in M. Losey, (Ed.), Perspectives in Human Resources, (Virginia: Society for Human Resource Management)

    1994

    Pages: pp. 307-312

  • Impact of NAFTA on Business Strategy and HRM in Canada

    (Published in Perspectives in Human Resources, pp. 307-313)Tri-partite CanadaU.S.A.Mexico session on NAFTA, Annual Conference, Society for Human Resource Management, St. Louis, Miss., June 27

    1994

  • Tri-lateralization of Business Education in Human Resource Management

    in K. Cooper and J. Gaspar, (Eds) Tri-lateralization of Business Education, (College Station: Texas A &M Press)

    1994

    Pages: pp. 96-104

  • A Strategic Audit of the Contributions of HRM to a New Service Quality Strategy in a Retail Firm

    with T. McAteer-Early in P. Kusnst and J. Lemmink (Eds), Quality in Management Services, (Maastricht: Van Grocum)

    1992

    Pages: pp. 115-128

  • Free Trade Pact: Outlook for Canada, Mexico and the U.S.A.

    Journal of International Compensation and Benefits

    Issue:Vol. 1(3)

    1992

    Pages: pp. 7-11

  • Internationalization of Curriculum: Human Resource Management

    in A. Rugman, and W. Stanbury, (Eds), Global Perspective: Internationalizing Manage-ment Education, UBC Centre for International Business Studies

    1992

    Pages: pp. 237-250

  • The Role of Job Outcomes and Values in Understanding the Union's Impact on Job Satisfaction: A Replication

    with M. Evans

    Human Relations

    Issue:Vol. 43(5) May

    1990

    Pages: pp. 401-416

Featured Work


Honors and Awards

  • 1998

    Honorary Professor, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management

  • 1986

    Fellow of Human Resource Professionals Association of Ontario (first person to be awarded this status),

  • 1980

    Czechoslovakia Academy of Social Sciences medal for 'Best Paper' in Management Consulting Division of CECIOS conference in Prague,

  • 1975-1976

    Canada Council Leave Fellowship,

  • 1974

    ASAC OB Division Award for Meritorious Services,

  • 1974

    University of Toronto Award for Teaching Excellence,

  • 1974

    University of Western Ontario Business School Research Fellowship,

  • 1974

    Canada Council Research Award,

  • 1969

    University of Toronto Junior Faculty Research Fellowship,

  • 1968

    University of Michigan Teaching Fellowship,

  • 1966-1968

    University of Michigan General University Scholarship,

  • 1966-1968

    Robert G. Rodkey Fellowship,

Academic / Professional Service

  • 1997-2005

    Member - Governing Council, Woodsworth College, University of Toronto

  • 1996-2000

    Board of Directors and Vice-President, International Institute of Human Resources, Society for Human Resource Management, USA

  • 1993-1995

    Associate Dean (Ph.D./International Programs) and Area Coordinator for Organizational Behaviour and Human Relations Management, Faculty of Management, University of Toronto

  • 1991-1993

    Associate Dean (Academic), Faculty of Management

  • 1987-1990

    Area Coordinator for OB/HRM,

  • has served on a multitude of advisory boards and committees at the industry, business community, and government, university and faculty levels,

  • Editorial reviews for: International Journal of Human Resource Management (U.K.), Personnel Review (U.K.), Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal (U.S.A.),

  • Occasional Reviewer for: Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, Journal of International Business Studies, Academy of Management Journal,

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