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Fall 2018, You 2.0

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On September 26, 2018, we celebrated the launch of our Fall 2018 issue.  AI, machine learning and other technologies are fundamentally transforming every industry. But as indicated in this issue, for an organization to thrive, its leaders must focus just as much on the human elements. At this 60-minute event, four experts whose expertise is featured in the issue, each presented a 12-minute TED-style talk on You 2.0.

Speakers:

Maja Djikic, Associate Professor and Director - Self-Development Lab, Rotman School of Management

Kim Ly, Research Fellow - Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman (BEAR) Research Institute, Rotman School of Management

Kristina McElheran, Assistant Professor, Strategic Management, U of T Scarborough and Rotman School of Management and Digital Fellow, Initiative on the Digital Economy at MIT

Ingo Rauth, Adjunct Professor, IE Business School; former Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Rotman School of Management

Design—or Re-design—Your Life

Speaker: Ingo Rauth, Adjunct Professor, IE Business School; Former Post-Doctoral Research Follow, Rotman School of Management

Improve Your Self Control

Speaker: Kim Ly, Research Follow - Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman (BEAR) Research Institute, Rotman School of Management

Make Better Data-Driven Decisions

Speaker: Kristina McElheran, Assistant Professor, Strategic Management, U of T Scarborough and Rotman School of Management and Digital Fellow, Initiative on the Digital Economy at MIT

Increase Your Self Awareness

Speaker: Maja Djikic, Associate Professor and Director - Self-Development Lab, Rotman School of Management

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Spring 2018, Value Creation

Four Short Talks


On May 28th, 2018, we celebrated the launch of our Spring 2018 issue. Four experts from that issue each gave a talk on value creation.

Speakers

Avi Goldfarb, Rotman Professor of Marketing and Chief Data Scientist, Creative Destruction Lab, on “Prediction Machines: The Simple Economics of Artificial Intelligence” @avicgoldfarb

Partha Mohanram, Rotman Professor of Accounting, on “Twitter as a Value Creation Tool” @pmohanram

Melanie Kim, Research Associate, Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman (BEAR), on “Consumer Behaviour Online” @melaniekimca

Geoffrey Leonardelli, Rotman Associate Professor of Organizational Behaviour, on “The Prospecting Mindset” @geoleonardelli


The Simple Economics of Artificial Intelligence

Speaker: Avi Goldfarb, Ellison Professor of Marketing, Rotman

The Prospecting Mindset

Speaker: Geoffrey Leonardelli, Associate Professor of Organizational Behaviour HR Management, Rotman

Consumer Behaviour Online

Speaker: Melanie Kim, Research Associate, Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman (BEAR)

Twitter as a Value Creation Tool

Speaker: Partha Mohanram, Professor of Financial Accounting, Rotman

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Winter 2018, Creative Destruction


On January 25th, 2018, we celebrated the launch of our Winter 2018 Creative Destruction issue. Four experts featured from that issue each gave a talk on how creative destruction is unfolding across all sectors.

Speakers

Anita McGahan, Rotman Chair in Management, Rotman (@anitamcgahan)
David Pardy, Co-Founder & Product, Helpful.com (@DavidPardy)
Chen-Bo Zhong, Associate Professor of Organizational Behaviour and HR Management, Rotman
Heather Fraser, Adjunct Professor of Business Design, Rotman; Co-Founder, Rotman Design Works (@HeatherMAFraser)

Anita McGahan on Moonshots

Speaker: Anita McGahan, Rotman Chair in Management & Professor of Strategic Management, Rotman

Chen-Bo Zhong on How Ideas Rise from Chaos

Speaker: Chen-Bo Zhong, Associate Professor of Organizational Behaviour & HR Management, Rotman

David Pardy on the Resilience of Entrepreneurs

Speaker: David Pardy (JD/MBA ‘16), Co-Founder & Product, Helpful.com

Heather Fraser on 'Doing Innovation' Right

Speaker: Heather Fraser, Adjunct Professor of Business Design, Rotman; Co-Founder, Rotman DesignWorks

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Fall 2017, The Inequality Issue

Four Short Talks

On October 3rd, 2017, together with Rotman's Institute for Gender and the Economy, we celebrated the launch of our Fall 2017 issue on inequality. Four experts featured from that issue each gave a talk on inequality in the workplace and society and offered solutions for what to do about it.  

Speakers:

Sonia Kang, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour, Rotman (@Sonia_Kang)
Tanya van Biesen (Rotman MBA ’00), Executive Director – Canada, Catalyst Inc. (@TanyavanB)
Stéphane Côté, Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Director – PhD Program, Rotman (@StephaneCoteTO)
Sarah Kaplan, Professor of Strategic Management; University of Toronto Distinguished Professor of Gender & the Economy; and Director – Institute for Gender & the Economy, Rotman (@sarah_kaplan)

How Social Class Affects Our Behaviour

Speaker: Stéphane Côté, Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Director - PhD Program, Rotman

Discrimination in Hiring

Speaker: Sonia Kang, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour, Rotman

Why Progress is Slow on Gender Parity

Speaker: Sarah Kaplan, Professor of Strategic Management and University of Toronto Distinguished Professor of Gender & the Economy and Director - Institute for Gender & the Economy, Rotman

Gender and the War for Talent

Speaker: Tanya van Biesen (MBA ’00), Executive Director, Canada, Catalyst Inc.

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