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Lazaridis Institute announces the 2020 research seed grant recipients 

The Lazaridis Institute’s Research Advisory Committee recently announced the recipients of this year’s round of seed grants. These grants support early-stage research projects and are intended to help faculty and graduate students study a variety of management issues faced by tech firms at various stages of development. 

The 2020 recipients are:

  • Ali Anwar (PhD student) and Maria Rouziou: Salesperson resilience and learning from failure: The role of humble leadership
  • Anne Domurath and Simon Taggar: Goal Orientation and Entrepreneurial Resilience
  • Pan Jiang (PhD student) and Si Li: Migrant Population and the Growth of Mobile Payments
  • Sakshi Korde (PhD student) and Tripat Gill: Impact of AI diagnosis and recommendations on patient compliance
  • Andrea Reaume (PhD student): Effectuation and Causation in NPD: Iterative, Feed-Forward Relationships Between Action and Performance
  • Christopher Wong, Joanna Andrejkow (PhD student) and Dorian Lane (University of Waterloo): An Examination of the Effects of Incentive Type and Recognition Programs on Remote Worker Productivity

“I am pleased to present this year’s list of funded projects,” says Bill Morrison, Research Director, Lazaridis Institute. “I am particularly pleased with the number of successful graduate student applications this year. Encouraging our emerging research scholars remains an important focus for the Lazaridis Institute as we continue to support research addressing real issues and challenges facing Canadian tech firms.”

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