About TIM

Technology Innovation Management (TIM) is a masters level program leading to a Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.) degree, Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree, or a Master of Entrepreneurship (M.Ent.) degree. The objective of this program is to train aspiring entrepreneurs on creating wealth at the early stages of company or opportunity life cycles.

 

A degree from the TIM Program is beneficial to a variety of people, including:

  • Founders of new companies
  • People seeking more senior leadership roles within established companies
  • Talented professionals building credentials and expertise for their next career move
  • People who wish to work for or supply specialized services to founders of new companies or new lines of business of existing companies
  • People who wish to improve the health of ecosystems that support technology entrepreneurship

An Ecosystem Approach

Carleton Led Accelerator

Research in Emerging Domains

Meet Our Faculty

Dr. Tony Bailetti

Director, Technology Innovation Management Program

Dr. Steven Muegge

Assistant Professor, Sprott School of Business

Dr. Michael Weiss

Associate Professor, Department of Systems and Computer Engineering

Dr. Mika Westerlund

Associate Professor, Sprott School of Business
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Dr. Tony Bailetti

Dr. Tony Bailetti is the Director of the TIM program. He holds a faculty appointment in both the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering and in the Sprott School of Business. His areas of expertise include:

  • Development of products and services
  • Technology entrepreneurship
  • Sustainable growth of technology companies
  • Technology, product and service commercialization
  • Product management

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Dr. Steven Muegge

Dr. Steven Muegge holds a faculty appointment in the Sprott School of Business. His areas of expertise include:

  • Technology entrepreneurship and commercialization
  • Non-traditional settings for innovation and entrepreneurship: business ecosystems, communities, platforms, and interconnected systems that combine these structures
  • Business models of technology entrepreneurs, especially in non-traditional settings

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Dr. Michael Weiss

Dr. Michael Weiss holds a faculty appointment in the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering. His areas of expertise include:

  • Open source business
  • Business ecosystems
  • Social network analysis
  • Business patterns

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Dr.Mika Westerlund

Dr.Mika Westerlund holds a faculty appointment in the Sprott School of Business. His areas of expertise include:

  • Business model innovation and management
  • Technology entrepreneurship and commercialization
  • User innovation and innovation adoption
  • Industrial ecology and sustainability entrepreneurship
  • Business networks and online user communities

TIM Entrepreneurs

Hear what our student turned entrepreneurs think about TIM program.

 

 

 

 

Classes from anywhere

All classes are offered in a traditional, face-to-face university setting. However, a distinctive feature of the TIM program is that all courses are also delivered concurrently over the internet.