Dr. Tony Bailetti holds a faculty appointment in Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business (sprott.carleton.ca) and the Faculty of Engineering and Design (carleton.ca/engineering-design).

Dr. Bailetti teaches in Carleton’s Technology Management Innovation (TIM) program (timprogram.ca), and is the prime investigator of the Global Cybersecurity Resource project (carleton.ca/our-stories/story/cybersecurity-showcase-prime-minister-trudeau/?utm_source=Homepage&utm_campaign=Apri2018), a founding member of Global EPIC (globalepic.org).

His areas of expertise include:
i)Technology entrepreneurship;
ii)Growing companies early, rapidly and securely;
iii) Commercialization of products and services;
iv) Cybersecurity as a business differentiator.

He has supervised the completion of 117 theses and projects from students in masters’ programs in engineering and business.

Dr. Bailetti has published in IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Research Policy, R&D Management, Technology Innovation Management Review, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Information Technologies and Control, Journal of Innovation Economics, European Journal of Marketing, and the Int. J. Product Development. He has also contributed articles to many conference proceedings.

He was the Director of the TIM program for 16 years (1999-2005, 2006-2007, 2008-2009, 2010-2018). The TIM program currently offers three options: M. Entrepreneurship, M. Eng., and M.A.Sc. From 1981 to 1988, he was the Director of Carleton’s School of Business and from 1988 to 1991 he was a Director for Bell-Northern Research.

Dr. Bailetti is the founder of Lead To Win (leadtowin.ca) – an award winning university-led business ecosystem that supports the launch and growth of technology businesses in Canada’s National Capital Region (research.carleton.ca/2015/lead-to-win-named-one-of-top-10-university-business-incubators-in-north-america), and Lead To Win Global, an ecosystem that supports transnational ventures that wish to grow early, rapidly, and securely.

In 2020, Dr Bailetti was appointed to the Honorable Advisor of Canadian Professional Managers Association (CPMA).

In 2018, Dr. Bailetti was appointed to the Asian Pacific Professional Managers Association (APPMA) Think Tank (apac-pma.com/appm-think-tank), and Honorable Advisor of Asia Pacific Professional Managers Association in Canada (APPMA in Canada).

In 2016, Dr. Bailetti won Ontario’s Leadership in Immigrant Employment Award in the Entrepreneur category (newsroom.carleton.ca/2016/03/08/36434/). This category acknowledges an immigrant entrepreneur who has contributed to Ontario’s globally connected economy and prosperity by creating jobs and valuing workforce diversity and inclusion.

In 2013, he received an In-TAC Award for Connecting New Organizations with International Professionals (newsroom.carleton.ca/2013/02/25/carltons-tony-bailetti-receives-in-tac-award-for-connecting-new-organizations-with-international-professionals).

In 2011, he won the Ottawa Innovation Community Award (newsroom.carleton.ca/2011/05/06/carleton-professor-tony-bailetti-honoured-by-ocri) from the Ottawa Centre for Regional Innovation (today’s Invest Ottawa).

In 2007, he won a Carleton University Leadership Breakthrough Award.

In 1996, he won a Carleton University Teaching Award.

Dr. Bailetti earned a Ph.D. and an MBA from the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, where he was a Fulbright Scholar from 1971 to 1975 and; an American Iron and Steel Institute Doctoral Fellow from 1975 to 1976.