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Daniel Ondrack

Daniel Ondrack

    Daniel Ondrack

    PhD, University of Michigan
    MBA, University of Toronto
    BComm., University of Alberta

    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
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    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

    1998-present  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

    • 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
    • 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

    Academic / Professional Service

    1997-Present  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

    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

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