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Customized Learning

Flexible design for your strategic goals

Customized Learning
Customized Learning

We begin by listening. Once we understand your requirements, organizational culture and stakeholder needs, we work with you to build a program to meet your organization's needs – whether you require Rotman's expertise to create a blueprint for organization-wide leadership development, or whether you already have a comprehensive plan for leadership training and now require Rotman's unsurpassed subject matter content and industry expertise.

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 Why Rotman?

Rotman is Canada's number one business school, as ranked by the Financial Times and is part of the University of Toronto, Canada's highest ranked university and among the top in the world.

Areas of Expertise

Rotman faculty are among the top in the world and include prominent academics and active business leaders with expertise in:

Program Design Process

We begin by listening. Once we understand your requirements, organizational culture and stakeholder needs, we work with you to bring out the best in others and drive results. Learn more.



A customized learning experience will

  • Equip your organization to achieve strategic goals, face crises and accelerate performance
  • Address gaps in organizational and individual capabilities
  • Offer flexible design, teaching format, content, duration and location
  • Empower your leaders to envision and enact transformation


Featured Articles

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BMO Case Study

BMO

Case Study

BMO
Learn about how BMO’s senior executives and Rotman faculty created a training program for their specific needs.

Read the BMO Case Study

Canada Post article

Canada Post

Article

Canada Post
How a sticky note made Canada Post think like a startup, with a little help from Rotman Executive Programs.

Read the article at the Globe and Mail