As supply chain uncertainty increases, organizations shift resources away from pollution prevention to pollution control approaches. This isn’t good news: pollution prevention creates more value for organizations than pollution control.
Ivey Associate Professor Ning Su's research centres around the transformation of organizations in the age of digitalization and globalization. The impact on business of 3D printing is one of his specific research projects.
In an article for Harvard Business Review, Ivey professor Rob Austin says companies should adjust their recruitment, selection, and career development policies to reflect a broader definition of talent.
When a chemical substance of concern is identified, researchers find that better opportunities exist for manufacturers to collaborate to eliminate the use of a substance of concern within an industry, rather than resort to a competitive situation around the “replace” or “wait and see” decision.
Long waits, frustrated patients and overworked health-care providers are just a few of the issues Canada’s health-care system is facing today as a result of a rapidly aging population and shortage of hospital beds.