The beginning of a new year - a perfect opportunity to review the 2018 Ivey Impact articles.
Ivey researchers go to the frontlines for answers
Frank Li’s research reveals the most unbiased method for CEO compensation.
Mary Crossan examines how music can improve one's leader character
Oana Branzei explores how businesses can benefit the world
Mehmet A. Begen’s research explores how centralization improves service for air travellers with special needs
Klaus Meyer looks at the acquisition experiences of Chinese companies.
Lee Watkiss unveils a roadmap for categorical positioning of product innovations
Kyle Maclean evaluates whether hiring celebrities is a money-making formula for Broadway
Jury Gualandris’ research helps organizations achieve sustainability.
Bissan Ghaddar’s research could make carpooling enjoyable.
Lucas Monzani’s research examines true leadership and the effect power has on leaders.
Shyam Venkatesan reveals the problems with portfolio managers’ compensation schemes
Guy Holburn and Davin Raiha look at the power of customers as lobbyists
Glenn Rowe and Karin Schnarr uncover the shortfalls of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Adam Fremeth’s research looks at an unexpected effect of cleantech innovation grants
Paul Beamish considers the challenges of companies in difficult markets
Hubert Pun takes a look at copycat manufacturing
Fredrik Odegaard’s research looks at solving the Dollar Auction
JP Vergne’s research shows that cryptocurrencies are best understood as technological platforms
Ning Su’s research explores the impact of new 3D printing technology on business and society.
Neil Bendle’s research explains how marketers can use managerial accounts to measure the value of their work.
Alison Konrad’s research shows workforce equality can pay off
Kun Huo’s research focuses on non-financial incentives and performance
Martha Maznevski’s research reveals how to empower team behaviour
Rob Austin’s research looks at how technology ignites creativity and fuels business success
Matt Sooy’s research looks at how managers act when fault is off the table
Rasha Kashef explores big data analytics using machine learning
Mustapha Cheikh-Ammar’s research explores people’s relationships with technology
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.