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Mar 19, 2019

Preparing for opportunities and cultivating change

In September 2018, we took our global discussion of disruption to Hong Kong. In this second session, our discussion turned to coping with artificial intelligence and opportunities to head off disruption and cultivate change.
Mar 19, 2019

Coping with regulation in an age of disruption

In September 2018, we took our global discussion of disruption to Hong Kong. Our first session focused on the role of regulation in light of technological disruption, the impact of social change, and the challenges for business schools.
Mar 6, 2019

Social media impact on Bitcoin value

Social media discussion, especially on discussion forums, is an important driver of future Bitcoin value.
Mar 1, 2019

Virtual reality and marketing

Kirk Kristofferson explores how charities can use virtual reality to connect with donors.
Feb 5, 2019

New gift supports cryptoeconomics research and teaching at Ivey

Ryan Zurrer’s gift establishes the Cryptoeconomics Lab at Ivey. The gift enables the School to become a thought leader in innovative research, teaching and outreach around cryptoeconomics, under the direction of Associate Professor Jean-Philippe (J.P.) Vergne.
Feb 1, 2019

Cultural differences

Chengguang Li explores how the cultural environment affects international business
Jan 1, 2019

Year in review

The beginning of a new year - a perfect opportunity to review the 2018 Ivey Impact articles.
Dec 19, 2018

Taking disruption to the bank

As head of Canada’s biggest bank, David McKay faces disruptive forces on numerous fronts. As President and CEO of the Royal Bank of Canada, he is leading one of the world’s largest financial institutions on a transformative journey, aiming to ensure RBC remains relevant to consumers.
Dec 13, 2018

Directing disruption

Professor Gerard Seijts spoke with Rahul Bhardwaj about what boards need to do to successfully help organizations navigate turbulent waters.
Dec 1, 2018

Disruption head-on

Ivey researchers go to the frontlines for answers