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Dec 12, 2017

Feedback that ostracizes coworkers

In a workplace using a 360 degree feedback system, ostracism by coworkers has a stronger negative effect.
Dec 1, 2017

Mobilizing forces

New research in progress from Professor Guy Holburn and Assistant Professor Davin Raiha looks at the power of mobilizing customers or other stakeholders, such as employees and suppliers, to become political advocates.
Dec 1, 2017

Mobilizing forces

Guy Holburn and Davin Raiha look at the power of customers as lobbyists
Nov 23, 2017

Sailing into history: Reflection on Navy experience brings lessons for business

Research in progress from Glenn Rowe, based on his previous Canadian Navy experience, shows transfer of aspects of a strong organizational culture across business units of a multi-business enterprise can have disastrous consequences.
Nov 22, 2017

Encouraging long-term thinking

Firms that adopt shareholder resolutions on long-term executive compensation experience a significant increase in their stock price.
Nov 3, 2017

A useful new tool for business researchers

Ivey researchers demonstrate a new statistical test for researchers looking to explain more complex causal relationships.
Nov 1, 2017

Reform gone wrong

Glenn Rowe and Karin Schnarr uncover the shortfalls of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Oct 1, 2017

Going green

Adam Fremeth’s research looks at an unexpected effect of cleantech innovation grants
Sep 8, 2017

Canadian cities bid for Amazon headquarters

Amazon has sparked a flurry of activity among Canadian cities with the announcement that it is seeking a second so-called headquarters, a massive complex that the giant online retailer says comes with up to 50,000 jobs. But Canadian bidders face sizable challenges, says Ivey's Davin Raiha.
Sep 1, 2017

Tough times

Paul Beamish considers the challenges of companies in difficult markets