Dr. Lorraine Dyke
Dr. Lorraine Dyke is a Professor of Management and Strategy and the Associate Dean, Professional Graduate Programs in the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University. In this role, she is responsible for both Sprott’s domestic and international MBA programs – offered in Asia and South America – plus the School’s new Master of Accounting degree. Dr. Dyke is also the founder and past Director of the Centre for Research and Education on Women and Work and the Management Development Program for Women at Carleton. Professor Dyke holds an M.B.A. and Ph.D. in Management from Queen’s University.
Dr. Dyke has spoken and published extensively on the changing dynamics of the workforce and diversity issues. Major monographs include a guide to managing diversity in law firms, a cross‑cultural study of attitudes towards women in management, and large studies in the federal public service, the high tech sector and policing. Dr. Dyke is also the recipient of six Best Paper Awards for her research. Her consulting experience includes work with some of Canada’s largest public and private sector organizations including a major executive training initiative on diversity, a custom leadership program for a federal agency and various projects on workplace climate issues.
In 2014, Dr. Dyke was the recipient of a Leading Women Building Communities Award from the Government of Ontario. Dr. Dyke has also been awarded a Carleton Graduate Mentoring Award and the Graduate Students’ Association Excellence Award in Graduate Teaching at Carleton University. She has been nominated by Carleton alumnae for a Governor General’s Award in Commemoration of the Person’s Case, as a YMCA-YWCA Woman of Distinction and for a Capital Educators’ Award.
Publications and Research Files
Dyke, L.S. and L.E. Duxbury (2011), “The Implications of Subjective Career Success”, Journal for Labour Market Research, 43, 219-229.
Ambwani, V.P., Heslop, L. & Dyke, L.S. (2011), “Implementing Diversity Strategies: The Challenges Facing Minority Focused Advertising Agencies”, Equality Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 30(4), 332-349.
Saifuddin, S.M., Dyke, L., & Rasouli, M. (2011). “Cultural Factors Affecting Women’s Representation in the High-Tech Sector: Cross-Cultural Comparisons between Canada and Bangladesh.” Presented to Women’s Worlds 2011 Conference, Ottawa, July.