How can organizations best manage the return to office? Assistant Professor Haniyeh Yousofpour discusses in the latest Knowledge Labs: ITK.
It's not enough for organizations to spell out the rules of their code of ethics once and then forget about them says Rick Hackett.
Going back to the workplace doesn't necessarily mean returning to a pre-pandemic setup, and that's a good thing, says Catherine Connelly.
In the News: Many of us welcome working from home, but universities show its dangers for women’s careers
Taking a closer look at some of the dangers for women’s careers when it comes to working from home.
New research looks at the social, environmental, and economic impacts to local communities from e-commerce deliveries.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadians have witnessed many businesses and startups fail due to the major change of needs and environment.
DeGroote professor emeritus Robert G. Cooper was named the #1 scientist in Canada in the field of business and management.
Catherine Connelly is named Changemaker by Globe and Mail Report on Business. She leverages evidence to change organizational behaviours.
New research explores labour demographics and dynamics in the freight transportation sector.
Evaluating the risk: Looking at vaccine risk tolerance through the lens of commonly used medications
DeGroote researchers explore why people accept risks associated with prescribed medications, but are hesitant when it comes to vaccines.
Professor Milena Head discusses how the digital divide - whether or not you can access technology - affects older adults.
Professor of Information Systems Brian Detlor has received a SSHRC grant to support digital literacy in marginalized communities.