Leading thinkers from academia, business, consulting, and design give us their input on a key aspect of each issue's theme.
RBC's Chief Science Officer talks AI, bias, and 'explainability'.
An interview with Peter Wittek, Founding Academic Director, CDL Quantum Stream, Creative Destruction Lab
A machine learning veteran describes the quest for ‘inclusive intelligence'.
An interview with Rotman Professor Tiziana Casciaro on the importance of setting up pathways to facilitate network access.
A Facebook executive shares her definition of strategic leadership.
Having influence demands that you put yourself in other people's shoes.
An expert on diversity and inclusion explains how to deal with 'CAVE people'.
The more frequently people experience novelty in their work, the more they will feel satisfied with and energized by their job.
Pursuing new business opportunities does not have to come at the expense of your legacy business.
A marketing expert and author describes the approach to innovation that many large corporations are embracing.
You don’t need a 100-page strategic plan. Strategy is actually about making five specific choices.
A UC Berkeley Professor and author describes the route to greatness at work.
A former Apple executive and Thinkers50 'Future Thinker' describes the power of 'onlyness' in a world desperate for creative solutions.
Rotman School Professor Eric Kirzner on the pros and cons of Robo Advisors
Faculty Focus: Sarah Kaplan + Joshua Gans, Profs. of Strategic Management, Rotman School of Management
A Wharton School innovation expert describes a Third Way to innovation that opens new doors to growth.
Faculty Focus: Daniel Trefler, Economist, Rotman School of Management
Q&A with Iris Bohnet, Harvard Kennedy School Professor
Rotman Professor Bing Han discusses our fear of the unknown in capital markets.
The head of Bain's Advanced Analytics practice describes 30 elements of value.
Rotman Professor Claire Celerier discusses finance salaries and inequality.
A leadership expert and author talks about closing the gap between managerial capacity and increasing demands.
Rotman Professor Sarah Kaplan discusses creativity and enlightened brainstorming.
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