Bio (Stephen Long)
Stephen Long’s teaching activities are in the areas of organizational behaviour, human resource management, and organizational change. He is also involved in human resource consulting where he specializes in strategy development, group dynamics, and general management development. Within the Faculty of Management, Long has been the dean (acting), associate dean and the program manager for both the Bachelor of Commerce and MBA programs. Outside of academia Long has worked for a range of organizations such as Xerox, the Public Service Commission of Canada and Currie, Coopers and Lybrand. He was also a partner in his own human resource development firm.
Prior to Royal Roads, Long was with the Faculty of Administration at the University of Regina, where he taught organizational behaviour and human resource management. Before Regina, he was a faculty member at the Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, where he developed and taught a management communication course for the school's MBA Program. He has published in the Journal of Management Development and Ivey’s Business Quarterly.
Long holds a PhD in organizational behaviour from the University of Strathclyde. He also has an MBA from Dalhousie University and a BA from Sir George Williams University.