I explore the Gig-Economy and the shifting employment landscape from job-for-life to job-for-a-day. I aim to help organizations leverage new technologies to motivate gig-workers and manage the emerging ‘Liquid Workforce’.
Nura Jabagi is a doctoral candidate in Business Technology Management. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Queen’s University and an MBA from the John Molson School of Business. Nura’s research is focused on the Digital Economy 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 and manage the future of work.
Business Technology Management
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Nura Jabagi publishes an article in the Journal of Managerial Psychology. Read more
Nura Jabagi, Younes Medkour and Milan Valyear organized an interactive STEM event for Dawson College studentsNura Jabagi, Younes Medkour and Milan Valyear organized an interactive STEM event for Dawson College students. Read more
Nura Jabagi publishes an op-ed in La Presse about Téo Taxi's business model and mission. Read more
Nura's blog posts
With our terms as Concordia Public Scholars coming to an end, and a year’s worth of experiences to reflect upon, it feels fitting to be writing the last blog of this year’s cohort as a retrospective. Read more
Success hinges on your ability to constantly anticipate and adapt to new work environments and technologies. Read more
Be like Malcolm Gladwell, only better. Read more
As the pace of technological change continues to accelerate at an exponential rate, so do the risks of technostress and its negative impacts on individuals. Read more
The democratization of technology, and more specifically the Internet and social media, has played a critical role in the democratization of information. Yet what once held the promise of a global village is far from the reality of today’s digital experience. Read more