Anne-Marie Croteau started at Concordia in 1997 as an assistant professor of Management Information Systems. In 2012, she was promoted to professor of Supply Chain and Business Technology Management. Prior to that, she held several academic leadership positions at JMSB, including director of the Graduate Certificate in e-Business Program, the John Molson Executive MBA Program and the Global Aviation MBA Program, and associate dean of External Relations and Business Development.
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In addition to her service to JMSB, she was associate dean at the School of Graduate Studies and participated on many university-wide committees where she demonstrated her capacity as a strong leader with a solid grasp of international issues and emerging opportunities, and expressed a strong appetite for innovation.
Highly cited, Croteau’s academic research focuses on the strategic management of information technology. She is a recipient of the JMSB Dean’s mid-career award for distinguished scholarship, and for seven consecutive years she was ranked as one of the most popular professors at Concordia by Maclean’s magazine.
Croteau was the first woman to obtain a Ph.D. in Business Administration with a specialization in Management Information Systems (MIS) from Université Laval. She also holds both a Bachelor and Master of Science in Management Information Systems from HEC Montréal, as well as a BSc in Actuarial Mathematics from Concordia University.