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Rotman Case Series

Rotman Cases document real-world business situations faced by managers. They are researched and written by Rotman faculty to illustrate how principles of management research can be applied in practice. The Cases are used in our degree and non-degree programs to stimulate discussion and investigation of important issues in management.

The Rotman Case Series is published by the school's Business Information Centre .

 Title

Author

Date

The Discussion That Went Wrong David Dunne 2008
Flying High at Ryanair David Dunne 2008
The Starbucks Brand David Dunne 2008
PERS and the Pension Revolution: Redesigning the Investment Function Keith Ambachtsheer 2007
Irrational exuberance: The creation of the CNR, 1917 - 1919 Joseph E. Martin 2006
PERS and the pension revolution: Active participant ... or passive bystander? Rotman International Centre for Pension Management 2005
Canada's national history society Joseph E. Martin 2005
ASIWW [Analytic Solutions & the Intersection of the Warehouse and the Web] Joseph E. Martin 2005
AGF Management Limited Joseph E. Martin
2005
The print shop at Eva's Phoenix Ann Armstrong 2005
Crescent School summer camp
David Dunne 2002


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