Anne-Marie Croteau is dean of John Molson School of Business at Concordia University and full professor of business technology management.
Since 2000, Dr. Croteau gained many years of administrative experience, including those spent as associate dean responsible for professional graduate programs and external relations at the John Molson School of Business, associate dean of recruitment and awards at the School of Graduate Studies, director of the John Molson Executive MBA Program and the Aviation MBA Program, as well as the founder and director of the Graduate Certificate in e-Business Program.
Dr. Croteau teaches at the doctoral, master and undergraduate levels. Her courses cover topics such as strategic management of information technology, competitive advantage through information technology, fundamentals of electronic business, and management of information systems. She was ranked as one of the most popular professors at Concordia University by McLean’s magazine for seven consecutive years.
Dr. Croteau is a chartered director. She currently serves on the board of Hydro-Québec. She is the vice-chair of the Finance, projects and IT committee and is a member of the Health and safety, environment and social responsibility committee. She is also a member of the board of Collège André-Grasset and serves on its finance committee. She is a godmother for the Jeune Chambre de Commerce de Montréal.
She has been a member of the board of Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) for 10 years and was the chair of its IT committee, and a member of its governance and ethics committee. She has represented Concordia University on the board of Institut sur la gouvernance des organisations publiques et privées (IGOPP) and was a member of its human resources committee. She has also served on the board of Finance Montreal.
She obtained her PhD in Management Information Systems at Laval University (Quebec City); her MSc and BComm in MIS at HEC Montréal; and her BSc in Actuarial Mathematics at Concordia University.