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Jul 10, 2018

Quality matters when dealing with technological change

A blog outlining the insights from a discussion on disruption on April 4, 2018 with a dozen leaders from the Montreal business community.
Jul 6, 2018

From skiing to saving lives, analytics is changing business and decision-making

Learn how an Ivey professor’s research involving mathematical models is helping businesses to solve scheduling problems
Jul 4, 2018

Celebrating research success at Ivey

Research in action means finding innovative solutions that fit the needs of organizations in various sectors.
Jul 3, 2018

Corporate boards need three or more women

In CNN Money, Ivey Professor Alison Konrad explains why companies need three women on boards.
Jul 3, 2018

Acquisition bound

Klaus Meyer looks at the acquisition experiences of Chinese companies.
Jun 28, 2018

When franchises cluster, do they learn or do they cannibalize?

Using almost forty years of franchise data in the U.S. automotive industry, Ivey’s Kersi Antia and his colleagues show that physical distance between sales franchisees is not the sole determinant of outlet sales.
Jun 15, 2018

How do investment managers account for environmental, social, and governance criteria in their investment decisions?

Ivey’s Arjalies and Bansal use an extended ethnography of an investment company to investigate how investment managers incorporate environmental, social, and governance criteria into their decisions.
Jun 1, 2018

Categorically different

Lee Watkiss unveils a roadmap for categorical positioning of product innovations
May 29, 2018

Turning slack time into innovation

Ivey professors Yasser Rahrovani and Rob Austin, along with Professor Alain Pinsonneault from Desautels Faculty of Management, authored an article for MIT Sloan Management Review about slack innovation programs and how to match “slack strategy” to employee type.
May 29, 2018

The State of Knowledge on Consumers and Their Brandshttps://www.ivey.uwo.ca/umbraco/#tab0

A text-mining analysis of the academic work on the idea of consumer-brand relationships, describes seven major research themes and provide insights that clearly outline the domain and define opportunities for future research.