University of Calgary

Norman Althouse

  • Teaching Professor
  • Faculty [SGMA]

Currently Teaching


Business and Environment


Norm is a teaching professor in the Strategy and Global Management Area. His responsibilities include the coordination Introduction to Business Skills course, SGMA 217. His bachelor degree is in accounting and completed his MBA in 1993. He has taught at the University of Calgary since January 1995.

Norm also teaches Organizational Behaviour (OB) at the graduate level including the SEDV Program and the EMBA Program. Norm’s primary research is in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) focusing on developing methods and techniques to better engage today’s learner. Norm’s other research interests include team building, gender issues in the workplace, and managerial decision-making. Norm is active in many professional conferences including the Academy of Management.

Norm is active in publishing SoTL articles, business cases, etc. Norm is the lead author on one of Canada’s premier introduction to business textbook, “The Future of Business”, ending its publication with the 5th edition in May 2019  (total of 5 editions, 15 years in publication). Norm’s new textbook, Canadian Business, will be published and released in May 2019.

Norm is very active on committees at the Haskayne School of Business and other activities that enhance the students’ experience.


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