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Aug 1, 2017

Copycat, Copycat

Hubert Pun takes a look at copycat manufacturing
Jul 20, 2017

Calgary leaders discuss Developing Leadership Character

Watch highlights from the event, Developing Leadership Character, held May 5 at the Calgary Petroleum Club. Professor Gerard Seijts and a panel of leaders discuss how character can be developed, strengthened, and applied in a business setting.
Jul 19, 2017

Bouncing Back and Building Resilience

Strategic social and environmental practices can help firms recover from crises by lessening the severity of the shock and accelerating recovery times.
Jul 14, 2017

Learning from Returning: Global Boundary Spanners and Knowledge Integration

Organization members should learn from the global experiences of others in the organization. How can that learning best proceed for success?
Jul 4, 2017

What’s driving copycat manufacturing? featured the research of Assistant Professor Hubert Pun and Gregory DeYong, an assistant professor at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, on copycat manufacturing.
Jul 1, 2017

Game strategy

Fredrik Odegaard’s research looks at solving the Dollar Auction
Jun 9, 2017

Routines Can Resolve Goal Conflict

In an organization with conflicting goals, flexible routines and dynamic truces can be invaluable for managing conflict over time.
Jun 1, 2017

Cracking the code

JP Vergne’s research shows that cryptocurrencies are best understood as technological platforms
May 26, 2017

Big data in electronic health records

Electronic health record (EHR) systems collect a wide range of data, including patient information, lists of medications, test results, and medical histories. The amount of data stored is colossal, but is it helping physicians or slowing them down?
May 12, 2017

Your 2017 summer reading guide from Ivey faculty

Summer reading should always entertain and delight. It doesn’t hurt if it’s educational, too. Once again, Ivey faculty recommend their favourite summer reads. Take a look at what they’ve suggested this year.