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Featured Research
Be the change

If an organization wants to be more sustainable, how can it change its supply chain to accomplish that goal? Ivey Assistant Professor Jury Gualandris may have the answer.

Gualandris’ work stands at the intersection of Supply Chain Management and Sustainability, as he seeks to understand how organizations can use their supply chains to have a positive impact on their business and society. His newest research specifically examines how non-governmental organizations (NGOs) can assist other organizations to deliver transformational change: both social and environmental.

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Be the change

Upcoming Events

Apr 25, 2018

Managing the bed crunch in hospitals

For the Bob Britney Lecture in Operations, David Barrett, Alexandra Boston, and Felipe Rodrigues will discuss their research on new approaches to bed management/patient flow at hospitals and a panel of health-sector leaders will share insights.

May 03, 2018

Global Ivey Day

Global Ivey Day (GID) is about re-connecting. With friends. With colleagues. With your section. With your Ivey community. It’s a worldwide celebration of everything Ivey.

May 29, 2018

2018 Leader Character Conference

What is preventing executives, leaders and HR professionals from developing good character in employees? How can leader character be translated into day-to-day practices so as to build organizational excellence?