Moura Quayle

Professor, SPPGA; Past Director pro tem, SPPGA
phone 604 822 9958
location_on Room 301, Liu Institute for Global Issues

Research Area

Education

BLA, University of Guelph; MLA, University of California, Berkeley

About

Moura is the founding Director pro tem of UBC’s new School of Public Policy and Global Affairs and is a Professor in the Sauder School of Business. Moura’s interests lie in rethinking, refining and rebuilding collaborative spaces at the intersections of academia, government, business and civil society. Her teaching and research focus on strategic design, designed leadership and an emerging Policy Studio that helps students and organizations learn to use design processes and tools. She has been Deputy Minister of the B.C. Ministry of Advanced Education, B.C. Commissioner of Pacific Coast Collaborative, Dean of UBC’s Faculty of Land and Food Systems, and Associate VP, Academic Programs at UBC Okanagan. Moura received an honorary doctorate from the University of Guelph in 2004. She currently serves as Chair of Genome Canada. Her book, Designed Leadership, was published by Columbia University Press in July 2017.


Research Area

Since arriving at the Liu Institute for Global Issues and then transitioning to the new UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, my scholarly and professional activities have re-focused on leadership and policy design/development.

THE POLICY STUDIO
The transition from a business focus to a policy focus has provided the opportunity to apply strategic design to policy innovation. The Policy Studio is both a place and a pedagogy to share opportunities and expertise with multi-stakeholders. The Policy Studio is built on the strategic design method - a participatory process rooted in user research. Leveraging creative and critical-thinking techniques from design disciplines, the method has been successfully tested in Industry, Government, and Academia. The UBC Policy Studio convenes teams to co-create, test, and launch solutions to big picture challenges. Globally oriented and focused on complex and wicked-system problems, the Studio emphasizes policy design, development, strategic planning, and implementation. The Policy Studio has engaged the following projects:
• Policy Studio in Ottawa: 3-day studio program with Canada’s Federal government
• Resilient City Policy Challenge: Sciences Po and MPPGA students tackle social connectedness in the City of Vancouver
• Enhancing KMb@ UBC: a research project to discover the challenges of knowledge mobilization at UBC
• Co-Creating the UBC Knowledge Exchange: a research project to determine external stakeholders challenges in engaqing UBC and therefore helping to create the UBC Knowledge Exchange
• Re-Envisioning UBC’s ISGP Program
• Tec de Monterrey Strategic Design Sessions: customized innovation pedagogy
• Annual Strategic Design Workshops for MPPGA students

LEADERSHIP
During my upcoming administrative leave I will be starting a Comparative Asia Leadership/Decision-Making Project building on my book, Designed Leadership (Columbia University Press, 2017), which explored the use in business and public policy of the mindset, tools and methods of design in leadership. I want to study leadership traditions that inform complex decision-making from an engaging scan of traditions and current practices in Asia. The product will be a comparative view of business and community leadership through lenses of design, fine arts, and language, for lessons in hybrid ways of working for global co-impact in the digital age.


Publications

Quayle, M. (2017). Designed Leadership. July 2017. Columbia Business School Press, 226 pages.

Quayle, M., B.Weber, M. Bravo, D. Das (2018) Re-Envisioning the ISGP at UBC.

Quayle, M., Bravo, M. MacLennan (2018) Research Report. Co-Creating the UBC Knowledge Exchange (Kx) prepared for Gail Murphy (VPRI) and Helen Burt (AVPRI). 25% Editing and Overseeing Project

Quayle, M. Bravo, M. MacLennan (2017) Research Report. Enhancing KMb@UBC prepared for Helen Burt, VP Research pro tem.


Awards

TEACHING/SCHOLARSHIP:
Fellow, Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (North America) (2011).
Distinguished Alumna, College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley (2009).
Honourary Doctorate (Doctor of Science, Honoris causa), University of Guelph, Ontario (2004).
Canadian Society of Landscape Architects Honour Award (National) for Portrait of a Profession (1991).
Killam Award for Excellence in Teaching, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences (1990).
Distinguished Teaching Award: Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (North America) (1987).

PROFESSIONAL/SERVICE
One of 10 most influential female administrators at Metro Vancouver public universities, college, and institutes (Charlie Smith, Georgia Strait, March 2016)
One of Fifty Notable Alumni from University of Guelph Landscape Architecture Program (2015).
Y.W.C.A. Women of Distinction, Communication and Public Affairs (1993).
American Society of Landscape Architects Merit Award (1993).
Canadian Society of Landscape Architects President's Award of Excellence for outstanding service to the Society (1993).
Fellow, Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (1990).


Graduate Supervision

Lindsay Cole ISPG Ph.D. Co-Supervisor with Rob VanWynsberghe
Shenaz Hanif-Shahban ISPG Ph.D. Co-Supervisor with Soma Ganesan
Pete Dupuis ISPG Ph.D. Co-Supervisor with Penny Gurnstein
Marcelo Bravo ISPG Ph.D. Co-Supervisor Michael Griffin,

NOTE: I am not taking any more Ph.D. students.


Moura Quayle

Professor, SPPGA; Past Director pro tem, SPPGA
phone 604 822 9958
location_on Room 301, Liu Institute for Global Issues

BLA, University of Guelph; MLA, University of California, Berkeley

Moura is the founding Director pro tem of UBC’s new School of Public Policy and Global Affairs and is a Professor in the Sauder School of Business. Moura’s interests lie in rethinking, refining and rebuilding collaborative spaces at the intersections of academia, government, business and civil society. Her teaching and research focus on strategic design, designed leadership and an emerging Policy Studio that helps students and organizations learn to use design processes and tools. She has been Deputy Minister of the B.C. Ministry of Advanced Education, B.C. Commissioner of Pacific Coast Collaborative, Dean of UBC’s Faculty of Land and Food Systems, and Associate VP, Academic Programs at UBC Okanagan. Moura received an honorary doctorate from the University of Guelph in 2004. She currently serves as Chair of Genome Canada. Her book, Designed Leadership, was published by Columbia University Press in July 2017.

Since arriving at the Liu Institute for Global Issues and then transitioning to the new UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, my scholarly and professional activities have re-focused on leadership and policy design/development.

THE POLICY STUDIO
The transition from a business focus to a policy focus has provided the opportunity to apply strategic design to policy innovation. The Policy Studio is both a place and a pedagogy to share opportunities and expertise with multi-stakeholders. The Policy Studio is built on the strategic design method - a participatory process rooted in user research. Leveraging creative and critical-thinking techniques from design disciplines, the method has been successfully tested in Industry, Government, and Academia. The UBC Policy Studio convenes teams to co-create, test, and launch solutions to big picture challenges. Globally oriented and focused on complex and wicked-system problems, the Studio emphasizes policy design, development, strategic planning, and implementation. The Policy Studio has engaged the following projects:
• Policy Studio in Ottawa: 3-day studio program with Canada’s Federal government
• Resilient City Policy Challenge: Sciences Po and MPPGA students tackle social connectedness in the City of Vancouver
• Enhancing KMb@ UBC: a research project to discover the challenges of knowledge mobilization at UBC
• Co-Creating the UBC Knowledge Exchange: a research project to determine external stakeholders challenges in engaqing UBC and therefore helping to create the UBC Knowledge Exchange
• Re-Envisioning UBC’s ISGP Program
• Tec de Monterrey Strategic Design Sessions: customized innovation pedagogy
• Annual Strategic Design Workshops for MPPGA students

LEADERSHIP
During my upcoming administrative leave I will be starting a Comparative Asia Leadership/Decision-Making Project building on my book, Designed Leadership (Columbia University Press, 2017), which explored the use in business and public policy of the mindset, tools and methods of design in leadership. I want to study leadership traditions that inform complex decision-making from an engaging scan of traditions and current practices in Asia. The product will be a comparative view of business and community leadership through lenses of design, fine arts, and language, for lessons in hybrid ways of working for global co-impact in the digital age.

Quayle, M. (2017). Designed Leadership. July 2017. Columbia Business School Press, 226 pages.

Quayle, M., B.Weber, M. Bravo, D. Das (2018) Re-Envisioning the ISGP at UBC.

Quayle, M., Bravo, M. MacLennan (2018) Research Report. Co-Creating the UBC Knowledge Exchange (Kx) prepared for Gail Murphy (VPRI) and Helen Burt (AVPRI). 25% Editing and Overseeing Project

Quayle, M. Bravo, M. MacLennan (2017) Research Report. Enhancing KMb@UBC prepared for Helen Burt, VP Research pro tem.

TEACHING/SCHOLARSHIP:
Fellow, Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (North America) (2011).
Distinguished Alumna, College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley (2009).
Honourary Doctorate (Doctor of Science, Honoris causa), University of Guelph, Ontario (2004).
Canadian Society of Landscape Architects Honour Award (National) for Portrait of a Profession (1991).
Killam Award for Excellence in Teaching, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences (1990).
Distinguished Teaching Award: Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (North America) (1987).

PROFESSIONAL/SERVICE
One of 10 most influential female administrators at Metro Vancouver public universities, college, and institutes (Charlie Smith, Georgia Strait, March 2016)
One of Fifty Notable Alumni from University of Guelph Landscape Architecture Program (2015).
Y.W.C.A. Women of Distinction, Communication and Public Affairs (1993).
American Society of Landscape Architects Merit Award (1993).
Canadian Society of Landscape Architects President's Award of Excellence for outstanding service to the Society (1993).
Fellow, Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (1990).

Lindsay Cole ISPG Ph.D. Co-Supervisor with Rob VanWynsberghe
Shenaz Hanif-Shahban ISPG Ph.D. Co-Supervisor with Soma Ganesan
Pete Dupuis ISPG Ph.D. Co-Supervisor with Penny Gurnstein
Marcelo Bravo ISPG Ph.D. Co-Supervisor Michael Griffin,

NOTE: I am not taking any more Ph.D. students.

Moura Quayle

Professor, SPPGA; Past Director pro tem, SPPGA
phone 604 822 9958
location_on Room 301, Liu Institute for Global Issues

BLA, University of Guelph; MLA, University of California, Berkeley

Moura is the founding Director pro tem of UBC’s new School of Public Policy and Global Affairs and is a Professor in the Sauder School of Business. Moura’s interests lie in rethinking, refining and rebuilding collaborative spaces at the intersections of academia, government, business and civil society. Her teaching and research focus on strategic design, designed leadership and an emerging Policy Studio that helps students and organizations learn to use design processes and tools. She has been Deputy Minister of the B.C. Ministry of Advanced Education, B.C. Commissioner of Pacific Coast Collaborative, Dean of UBC’s Faculty of Land and Food Systems, and Associate VP, Academic Programs at UBC Okanagan. Moura received an honorary doctorate from the University of Guelph in 2004. She currently serves as Chair of Genome Canada. Her book, Designed Leadership, was published by Columbia University Press in July 2017.

Since arriving at the Liu Institute for Global Issues and then transitioning to the new UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, my scholarly and professional activities have re-focused on leadership and policy design/development.

THE POLICY STUDIO
The transition from a business focus to a policy focus has provided the opportunity to apply strategic design to policy innovation. The Policy Studio is both a place and a pedagogy to share opportunities and expertise with multi-stakeholders. The Policy Studio is built on the strategic design method - a participatory process rooted in user research. Leveraging creative and critical-thinking techniques from design disciplines, the method has been successfully tested in Industry, Government, and Academia. The UBC Policy Studio convenes teams to co-create, test, and launch solutions to big picture challenges. Globally oriented and focused on complex and wicked-system problems, the Studio emphasizes policy design, development, strategic planning, and implementation. The Policy Studio has engaged the following projects:
• Policy Studio in Ottawa: 3-day studio program with Canada’s Federal government
• Resilient City Policy Challenge: Sciences Po and MPPGA students tackle social connectedness in the City of Vancouver
• Enhancing KMb@ UBC: a research project to discover the challenges of knowledge mobilization at UBC
• Co-Creating the UBC Knowledge Exchange: a research project to determine external stakeholders challenges in engaqing UBC and therefore helping to create the UBC Knowledge Exchange
• Re-Envisioning UBC’s ISGP Program
• Tec de Monterrey Strategic Design Sessions: customized innovation pedagogy
• Annual Strategic Design Workshops for MPPGA students

LEADERSHIP
During my upcoming administrative leave I will be starting a Comparative Asia Leadership/Decision-Making Project building on my book, Designed Leadership (Columbia University Press, 2017), which explored the use in business and public policy of the mindset, tools and methods of design in leadership. I want to study leadership traditions that inform complex decision-making from an engaging scan of traditions and current practices in Asia. The product will be a comparative view of business and community leadership through lenses of design, fine arts, and language, for lessons in hybrid ways of working for global co-impact in the digital age.

Quayle, M. (2017). Designed Leadership. July 2017. Columbia Business School Press, 226 pages.

Quayle, M., B.Weber, M. Bravo, D. Das (2018) Re-Envisioning the ISGP at UBC.

Quayle, M., Bravo, M. MacLennan (2018) Research Report. Co-Creating the UBC Knowledge Exchange (Kx) prepared for Gail Murphy (VPRI) and Helen Burt (AVPRI). 25% Editing and Overseeing Project

Quayle, M. Bravo, M. MacLennan (2017) Research Report. Enhancing KMb@UBC prepared for Helen Burt, VP Research pro tem.

TEACHING/SCHOLARSHIP:
Fellow, Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (North America) (2011).
Distinguished Alumna, College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley (2009).
Honourary Doctorate (Doctor of Science, Honoris causa), University of Guelph, Ontario (2004).
Canadian Society of Landscape Architects Honour Award (National) for Portrait of a Profession (1991).
Killam Award for Excellence in Teaching, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences (1990).
Distinguished Teaching Award: Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (North America) (1987).

PROFESSIONAL/SERVICE
One of 10 most influential female administrators at Metro Vancouver public universities, college, and institutes (Charlie Smith, Georgia Strait, March 2016)
One of Fifty Notable Alumni from University of Guelph Landscape Architecture Program (2015).
Y.W.C.A. Women of Distinction, Communication and Public Affairs (1993).
American Society of Landscape Architects Merit Award (1993).
Canadian Society of Landscape Architects President's Award of Excellence for outstanding service to the Society (1993).
Fellow, Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (1990).

Lindsay Cole ISPG Ph.D. Co-Supervisor with Rob VanWynsberghe
Shenaz Hanif-Shahban ISPG Ph.D. Co-Supervisor with Soma Ganesan
Pete Dupuis ISPG Ph.D. Co-Supervisor with Penny Gurnstein
Marcelo Bravo ISPG Ph.D. Co-Supervisor Michael Griffin,

NOTE: I am not taking any more Ph.D. students.