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Delve podcast: New Normal: Climate Change and the Supply Chain with Sanjith Gopalakrishnan

Published: 2Dec2021

Carbon emissions from a typical company’s supply chain are on average 5.5 times that of direct emissions, including from facilities and company vehicles. In certain sectors such as retail and food ...

Delve: Why Ultra-Low Yields Don’t Mean the End of Sustainable Pension Funds

Published: 26Nov2021

Retirement systems around the world, from public pension plans to private funds, are weathering a storm of ultra-low bond yields that threaten not only adequate returns for pensioners but the...

Delve: It’s Difficult to Breathe Behind a Facade, but Psychological Safety is the Antidote

Published: 25Nov2020

According to McGill University’s Professor Patricia Faison Hewlin, today’s socio-political climate has placed diversity and inclusion at the forefront, revealing the depth to which psychological...

Delve: Leading Global Health Sustainably—Now and Beyond COVID-19

Published: 12Aug2020

While the five-phase project management cycle developed by Duncan is, for many, the gold standard, the long-term commitment among recipient populations, health care professionals, and/or governing...

Delve podcast: Closing the Inventor Gender Gap with John-Paul Ferguson, Lucy Gilbert, and Negin Ashouri

Published: 19Nov2021

Social inequalities are responsible for the loss of millions of ideas and inventions over hundreds of years. This loss over time is measurable today in a decline in innovation, slowing economic...

Delve: Converting Commuters into Carpoolers

Published: 4Mar2020

Congestion pricing policies, carpool lanes, and new light rail train or subway infrastructure are all expensive, long-term ways for governments to battle traffic. A simpler solution, focused on...

Delve: Managing Ourselves Out of Climate Change

Published: 26Jul2022

As heatwaves increase around the world and weather patterns become even more unpredictable, top researchers at McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management are finding novel solutions to the climate...

Delve: When Meritocracy Blinds us to Gender Discrimination

Published: 21Jan2020

Meritocracies are predicated on the belief that only the best are chosen and that hard work and talent are always rewarded. If we presume that talent and hard work are not gender specific, then why...

Delve - "New Normal" podcast: Grocery Shopping Anxiety with Yu Ma

Published: 21May2021

In episode 3 of The ‘New Normal’ hosted by Dave Kaufman, Professor Yu Ma discusses how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected our relation to grocery stores, how shopping has changed in the last year,...

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