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Nick BonTiTs
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Born May 27, 1969
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation business professor, professional speaker, management consultant
Spouse(s) Stan (Pliakos) BonTiTs
Children 3 (Charlie, Dino, Tia Maria)
Website
www.NickBontis.com

McMaster Profile

www.Bontis.com

Nick Bontis (born May 27, 1969) is a Canadian academic, professional speaker and management consultant. He specializes in intellectual capital, knowledge management and organizational learning. Bontis is Associate Professor of Strategic Management and Director of Undergraduate Programs at the DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He is also the Director of the Institute for Intellectual Capital Research a management consulting firm and research think-tank that specializes in conducting human capital diagnostic assessments for corporate and government clients. He is also Associate Editor of the Journal of Intellectual Capital and Chief Knowledge Officer of Knexa Solutions - the world's first knowledge exchange auction.[1][2][3]

In 1992, Bontis graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honors Business Administration) from Ivey Business School, University of Western Ontario. In 1999, he graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy (Business Administration) from Ivey.

Bontis currently lives in Ancaster, Ontario.

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Academic

Bontis teaches business strategy to undergraduates, knowledge management to MBAs, and advanced statistics to doctoral students. He is also the coordinator of the first year introduction to business orientation course. In 2007, he was recognized as the first professor ever to win three outstanding teaching awards simultaneously: undergraduate instructor of the year, MBA instructor of the year, and McMaster University instructor of the year. He also received the faculty researcher of the year award for the business school. Maclean’s has rated him as one of McMaster’s most popular professors for six years in a row.[4] In 2007, Bontis was one of 38 professors nominated for the 2008 Ontario's Best Lecturer award.[5] In February 2008, TVO announced that he was among the top ten finalists.[6] In 2008, the OUSA (Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance) recognized Dr. Nick Bontis as the top university professor in the province. The official award citation read "OUSA would like to recognize Dr. Nick Bontis for having made a significant contribution to teaching excellence and for facilitating a positive learning experience for Ontario students".[7] In 2009, Bontis was awarded the 3M National Teaching Fellowship [8], an exclusive honour only bestowed upon the top university professors in Canada. [9] He was also the OCUFA Teaching Award winner which is given to the top professors in Ontario. [10]

Speaker

As a professional Bontis presents for a variety of industry, government and association audiences. His presentation topics typically focus on his research expertise surrounding the management and measurement of an organization's intangible assets. He is represented exclusively in Canada by Speakers' Spotlight and in the United States by the Leigh Bureau.[11][12]

Consultant

Bontits is on the Advisory Board of several organizations including a variety of educational-based institutions designing and implementing executive development programs across the country.[13] He is also on the Executive Board of Harvest Portfolios, an investment company based in Oakville, Ontario. [14]

Other interests

Bontits is an avid athlete and musician. He has played soccer competitively since childhood for a variety of premier clubs in Ontario (Scarborough Maple Leaf, Scarborough Azzurri, London City, London Portuguese, Dundas United, Hamilton Greek Olympic, Stoney Creek Porno Stars). He is a former winner of the Ontario Cup (five times) and represented Canada in a World Youth Cup tournament in Bremen, Germany in 1986. As a varsity soccer player at the University of Western Ontario, he was a multiple OUA all-star, leading goal scorer and team MVP. Bontis also received the Bronze W and the Purple Blanket Award as an outstanding dual athlete at UWO. He was a Canadian all-star and national silver medallist in the running long jump as a member of the UWO varsity track & field team.[15]

Bontits spent many years as a Euphonium player competing at various music festivals as a youth. He was also an active member of his high school's jazz ensemble, choir and orchestra. While at UWO, Nick played the Euphonium in the Symphonic Band for several years.

Bibliography

  • Bontis, N. (2002). World Congress of Intellectual Capital Readings. Boston: Elsevier Butterworth Heinemann KMCI Press. ISBN 075067475X
  • Choo, C.; Bontits, Nick (2002). The Strategic Management of Intellectual Capital and Organizational Knowledge. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 019515486X. http://books.google.com/books?id=MrqqutgQydEC. 
  • Bontits, N. (2004). eBusiness Essentials. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing. ISBN 1593112483
  • Borins, S., Kernaghan, K., Bontis, N., Brown, D., Thompson, F. and Perri 6. (2007). Digital State at the Leading Edge: Lessons from Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. ISBN 0802094902

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