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May 12, 2017

Prevent Pollution or Control It Uncertainty Matters

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.
May 3, 2017

The future in 3D

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.
May 2, 2017

How neurodiverse talent can help your business

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.
May 1, 2017

The future in 3D

Ning Su’s research explores the impact of new 3D printing technology on business and society.
Apr 25, 2017

Providing easier access to eating disorder programs

Victoria Wiebe’s blog discusses why the Toronto-based, non-profit support centre, Sheena’s Place, is a model to follow.
Apr 21, 2017

Promoting women into leadership can benefit other marginalized groups

Promoting more women into leadership positions has a significant impact on office diversity, according to the latest research from Ivey professor Alison Konrad and assistant professor Cara Maurer.
Apr 13, 2017

Entrepreneurship training helps women, minorities

Assistant Professor Laurina Zhang’s research shows women and minorities are more likely to benefit from entrepreneurship training programs than Caucasian men.
Apr 12, 2017

The future of medicine: Looking beyond the next four years

Alexander Smith, an Ivey Research Associate, wrote a blog discussing how current major health-care decisions lack vision, and fail to consider health-system transformations and new models of care.
Apr 7, 2017

Proactively replace or wait and see? The difficult decisions facing manufacturers using substances of concern.

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.
Apr 1, 2017

Marketing Accounts

Neil Bendle’s research explains how marketers can use managerial accounts to measure the value of their work.