Delve: Are Consumers Spoiled For Choice or Too Overwhelmed to Choose?

Published: 31 March 2022

Today’s consumers demand and expect a wealth of choices in everything from sneakers to potato chips, but while large product lines provide abundance and variety, they don’t always result in sales...

Delve podcast: New Normal: How Flexible Healthcare Leadership Eases Crisis with Dr. Lynn Mikula

Published: 17 February 2022

How have some healthcare organizations maintained stability and trust during the COVID-19 pandemic? On Delve’s The "New Normal" podcast series, Dr. Lynn Mikula (IMHL'21), the Vice President, Chief...

Delve: Using International Supply Chains For Peace in Times of War with Juan Camilo Serpa

Published: 17 March 2022

Risk is a fact of life in business—it’s also an ever-present reality in times of war. Wars and armed conflicts embroil 60% of the developing world, and now Ukraine and Russia, posing a constant...

Delve: Constructing Narratives and the International Monetary Fund with Lindsay Holmgren

Published: 11 March 2022

Narrative theory is about looking at worlds, from their construction and governance to the real people living within them. This perspective is useful for understanding the complexities of not only...

Delve podcast: New Normal: How AI Is Reshaping Post-Pandemic Retail with Warut Khern-am-nuai

Published: 17 February 2022

On Delve’s The "New Normal" podcast series, Professor Warut Khern-am-nuai from the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University joins journalist Dave Kaufman to discuss the data behind...

Delve podcast: New Normal: Ideal Workers, Gender Equality, and COVID-19 with Alyson Gounden Rock

Published: 3 February 2022

What do “ideal workers” look like today? New research explores the history of gender differences in work and points to a more equal—and genuinely ideal—future of work for all.

Delve: What Robotic Surgery Reveals About Organizational Change

Published: 27 January 2022

At first the operating room appears to be missing its surgeon—in the surgeon’s place, a robot, surgical tools at the ready, towers over the patient. Surgical robotic technology is specialized in...

Delve: Can Wikipedia Fix Its Information Inequality Problem?

Published: 13 January 2022

Wikipedia has revolutionized the way that knowledge is produced and dramatically increased access to information. A closer look at the 300,000 active editors who contribute to Wikipedia’s millions...

Delve podcast: New Normal: How the Pandemic Changed Shopping Forever with Mehmet Gumus

Published: 16 December 2021

How we shop today certainly isn’t the same as it was before March 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic launched a swift if unsteady shift in shopping habits—and retailers quickly learned that adaptation was...


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