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Rotman management [electronic resource].

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  • Physical Description: 1 online resource
  • Edition: Winter 2021.
  • Publisher: Cleveland : Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, 2021.

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Published in January, May and September by the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, Rotman Management explores themes of interest to leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs. Each issue features thought-provoking insights and problem-solving tools from leading global researchers and management practitioners. The magazine reflects Rotman’s role as a catalyst for transformative thinking that creates value for business and society. Rotman Management • Winter 2021 World 2.0 How to Build Back Better • In the midst of the global pandemic, Rotman Interim Dean Ken Corts spoke to Professors Sarah Kaplan and Soo Min Toh about what it will mean for organizations to build back better. Thought Leader Interview: Rebecca Henderson • A renowned Harvard professor introduces a new framework for a capitalist system that she believes has lost its ethical foundation. The Wake-Up Call: How the Pandemic has Exposed the Weakness of the West • COVID-19 gives us a chance to rethink the overall design of our system and ask what government is for — something that has not happened for decades. Wellness in the Age of COVID: The Power of Social Networks • COVID-19 restrictions make it difficult to maintain our social networks. But they are more important now than ever before. Welcome to the Low-Touch Economy • The Low-Touch Economy is likely here to stay, and there are short- and long-term implications for both consumers and organizations. Making the Economy Work for Everyone: Intersectionality and Power • Confidence in the economy is shaped by the health of the population, and one pillar of that involves race, gender, class and other factors that intersect to impact marginalization and oppression. A Guide to Resilient Leadership • Five fundamental leadership qualities can lessen the impact of the global pandemic — and enable your organization to emerge stronger. The Politics of Business: A Playbook Emerges • In our hyper-polarized environment, business has become highly politicized, creating a new realm of competition that demands speed, values and alignment. Adding Value with AI: A True Story • Organizations everywhere have begun to embrace Artificial Intelligence (AI). The PVSC story indicates the opportunities and challenges that come with the territory. Innovation: Our Shared Responsibility • The world’s biggest untapped source of energy isn’t the wind, water or sun. It is the innovative energy lying dormant inside of organizations. And the time has come to harness it. Prioritizing Health: A Prescription for Prosperity • Health has not typically been part of discussions about economic growth, particularly in developed nations. But indications are that it will matter more than ever in coming decades. Virtuous Capital: How to Measure Business’s Contribution to Society • Annual budgets and sustainability reports provide some hints, but capital commitments are far more telling of a company’s true character. How to Build an Uncertainty Advantage • Rather than seeking to eradicate uncertainty, top-performing organizations create the conditions for living with it successfully. 11 Sources of Disruption • A quantitative futurist advises leaders to pay attention to 11 sources of disruption. The Rise of Risk-Mitigating Technologies Innovation Amidst a Pandemic • A serial entrepreneur and Rotman graduate discusses her latest venture and her role as a mentor at the Creative Destruction Lab. Charting a Path Forward Without A Map What Lies Ahead: An Economist’s Lens The Power of Market-Creating Innovation • A disruptive innovation expert describes a form of innovation that can jump-start emerging economies. How Risk Perception Breeds Racism Why Investors...
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Subject: Business & Finance.
Genre: Electronic journals.

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Rotman Management.

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