Ivey researchers discover that how firms enter African markets can determine how likely they are to stay, and succeed, in that market.
Martha Maznevski’s research reveals how to empower team behaviour
Movie distributors learn as they enter markets one at a time. They add markets after surprise successes and may limit further distribution after disappointments.
Multinationals should consider both cultural norm strength and cultural distance when making decisions about expatriate employees.
Rob Austin’s research looks at how technology ignites creativity and fuels business success
Feedback from and to other users of a social network site contributes to user intentions to keep using that social network.
Matt Sooy’s research looks at how managers act when fault is off the table
Firms more likely to establish new production subsidiaries in countries geographically closer to existing production subsidiaries, but not to trading subsidiaries.
Rasha Kashef explores big data analytics using machine learning
Especially during times of uncertainty, employees make sense of CEO communications and modelling about intellectual innovation to see their own work as more meaningful.
Firms face risks stemming from their supplier's possible social or environmental misconduct. Turns out, purchasing managers behave differently when they perceive these risks to be high versus low.
Mustapha Cheikh-Ammar’s research explores people’s relationships with technology
What should a firm worry about more: supply or demand uncertainty?
Families with adult children and elderly parents often combine people, possessions, memories, love and care with marketplace resources, such as paid service providers.
People employ marketplace solutions, such as brand relationships, to offset deficiencies in their personal relationships
There are many sources of fear of failure for entrepreneurs, with different outcomes, but contrary to common belief, these outcomes are not always negative.
Dave Barrett looks at the ways health-care systems can run more efficiently.
Joe Naoum-Sawaya’s research shows how technology can make travel more efficient.
Kelly Raz’s research explores how, why, and when people move up.
Yasser Rahrovani looks at what helps – and what hinders – employee innovation.
Isaac Holloway’s research on film exports shows the world is one’s oyster.
Gal Raz looks at the environmental and social impacts of firms’ product and process design decisions.
Mike Dixon shows that saving the best for last isn’t always the best idea.
Rod Duclos' research aims to level the playing field for consumers.