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Tag: research

News, research, and other announcements.

Jiaping Qiu, Erin Reid, Yun Zhou, Brent McKnight, François Neville, Katya Malinova, Len Waverman, Manaf Zargoush, and Hassanein
June 25, 2019

Fit to print: DeGroote faculty lauded for being published within Financial Times’ Top 50 journals list

The annual FT50 list includes top journals such as Harvard Business Review, Journal of Management, and The Review of Financial Studies.

IBH students helping in Ecuador
June 7, 2019

Transforming the future of business education: DeGroote releases 2018 Annual Report

Through students, professors, alumni, and staff, the DeGroote School of Business works together to deliver an education with purpose.

Heart on smart watch
May 3, 2019

Rick Hackett: Canadian healthcare needs agile leaders and bold visions for the future

Healthcare leaders need to be of high integrity and have a systems-wide, "big picture" mindset, writes Hackett.

Man working at a table with a brown box
April 18, 2019

Using big data to streamline big shipments: Smart Freight Centre launches in Region of Peel, with McMaster as partner

Trucking activity alone accounts for approximately $1.8 billion worth of goods moving daily to, from, and through the Region of Peel.

Gillian Mulvale speaking
February 26, 2019

New research looks at how to integrate peer support workers into clinical settings

Gillian Mulvale says the lived experience can improve the quality of care across the health system.

Catherine Connelly teaching students
February 14, 2019

Catherine Connelly is decoding the workplace dynamic

Catherine Connelly’s research is all about people’s behaviour and motivations.

Benson Honig talking to Brent McKnight
January 31, 2019

Easing the Transition for Refugees and Communities

Navigating the complexities of being a refugee, Honig and McKnight seek ways to ease this transition into a new community.

December 14, 2018

DeGroote’s Erin Reid is flipping gender-based research on its head

Reid is studying “time policing” or how employers and colleagues monitor men and women’s time differently in the workplace.

July 18, 2018

Employees deserve to be treated with civility and dignity in the workplace, says DeGroote’s Aaron Schat

Schat, an expert in industrial-organizational psychology, knows how much aggression and incivility customer service workers face.

May 2, 2018

Show me, don’t tell me: Why some franchisors are more open about their financial performance

Companies that disclose financial reports to a prospective franchisee are often a high-quality investment, DeGroote researchers have found.

April 17, 2018

Fair play: Doing right by employees ultimately pays off, according to Isik Zeytinoglu

Isik Zeytinoglu’s research shows that being supportive of workers makes them healthier, more productive, and more likely to stick around.

March 9, 2018

The power of points: Alina Nastasoiu says some consumers value loyalty points more than regular currency

Nastasoiu: “I think this speaks to ... our strong desire to keep our options open.”