Professor Currie has been at the University of Guelph since 1998 teaching in the various areas and levels of accounting and financial management. Currently Elliott is also involved in teaching business policy at the undergraduate and MBA levels as well as organizational behaviour and operations. The primary focus of Elliott’s endeavours is in the areas of small business management and interdisciplinary product development, especially in the agri-food chain.
Currently Elliott teaches Management Accounting and Business Policy but in the past has taught Organizational Behaviour, Finance, Operations, Financial Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Management Controls. His current focus is on the creative endeavours of interdisciplinary product development with the critical features of technical, marketing and financial viability of new ideas.
Elliott has experience in numerous industries including; banking, aviation, construction, oil and gas, insurance, corrections and primary metals. His roles extended from sales, experiential education instructor and piloting to controllership and financial and marketing analysis.