Nick Bontis

3M National Teaching Fellow, DeGroote School of Business

Logo - DeGroote School of BusinessCampus Address:
1280 Main Street West, DSB 207

Phone: 905.525.9140 x23918
Email: nbontis@mcmaster.ca

Research Interests


Teaching & Learning Research Interests:

  • Teaching with technology
  • Simulations
  • Case study
  • Class participation


Projects


Current Teaching & Learning Research Projects:

Project Title Project Principal Investigator Project Collaborators
Class Participation and customized components Dr. Nick Bontis Dr. Alexander Serenko
Course alumni and ROI Dr. Nick Bontis Dr. Alexander Serenko


Publications & Presentations


Select Teaching & Learning Research Publications & Presentations:

Serenko, A., Bontis, N. & Hull, E.  (2011).  Practical relevance of knowledge management and intellectual capital scholarly research: Books as knowledge translation agents. Knowledge Process Management, 18(1), 1-9.  

Bontis, N., Hardie, T., & Serenko, A.  (2009).  Techniques for assessing skills and knowledge in a business strategy classroom. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 2(2), 162-180.  

Bontis, N., Hardie, T., & Serenko, A.  (2008). Self-efficacy and KM course weighting selection: Can students optimize their grades? International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 1(3), 189-199.  

Bontis, N., Serenko, A., & Biktimirov, E.  (2006).  MBA Knowledge Management Course:  Is there an impact after graduation? International Journal of Knowledge and Learning, 2(3/4), 216-237.  

Bontis, N. & Girardi, J.  (2000).  Teaching knowledge management and intellectual capital lessons: An empirical examination of the TANGO simulation. International Journal of Technology Management, 20(5/6/7/8), 545-555.

Other Publications of Note:

Bontis, N. (2011). Information Bombardment: Rising above the digital onslaught. Hamilton: Institute for Intellectual Capital Research. (See http://www.InformationBombardment.com)

Interested in


Interested in:

  • Collaboration
  • Innovative pedagogy