Simply put, big data (and the technologies that surround it) means big impact, big challenges and big opportunities.
Running, leadership, and business. From food executive to running inspiration, John Stanton discusses how running changed his life.
Being emotionally empowered at work lends to greater stability and security. Endless possibilities exist when we employ that armour.
Jordan Whalen, BCom '08, shares his tips on media buying.
Rick Neuman went from thinking his career would be in finance to a career in marketing, thanks to MARS Apprentice and emerging technology in the workplace.
Our value and responsibility to business and society is to foster new knowledge that is significant to today and tomorrow.
Jeremiah Brown, BCom ’07, shares his journey on becoming an Olympian and how it has changed the course of his life.
The two preferences central to financial economics are risk preference and time preference.
Issues with psychological well-being keep us absent from work more than any other chronic condition in Canada.
Steve Wilson, BCom '85, demonstrates that making goals and striving to achieve them make for a fruitful career.