Why relationships matter in the gig economy
The Globe and Mail Report on Business, April 18, 2018Online
Nura is a PhD candidate in Business Technology Management and a Concordia University Public Scholar. As a practitioner-turned-academic, Nura has a keen appreciation for the importance of engaged scholarship and bridging the gaps between researchers and practitioners. Her current research is focused on the 4th industrial revolution and understanding how technological advances coupled with macroeconomic trends are disrupting industries, businesses, and jobs. From the gig-economy to AI in the workplace, Nura aims to help organizations better prepare for and manage the future of work. As a part-time lecturer at the John Molson School of Business (JMSB), Nura draws on nearly ten years of experience in Marketing and E-Commerce to bring real-world practicality to her courses using experiential learning techniques. Nura holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Queen’s University, a Graduate Diploma in Marketing from McGill University, and an MBA from the JMSB.