Main Content

The Health(y) Issue

If there was ever any doubt that successful economies depend upon a healthy population, it has likely been erased in the past year. COVID-19 has shown us that societal issues are not just legitimate areas of concern for business — they are sources of both risk and opportunity. Like market forces, societal forces can profoundly affect the competitive environment.

Purchase Spring 2021 

Purchase This Issue

Due to their timeless themes, Rotman Management issues remain relevant long after publication.

Order a Print Copy Hello, I'm an arrow!

Buy a Digital Copy:

Zinio | Apple Store | Google Play


From the Editor

In this issue of Rotman Management, we put the spotlight on what has become the Holy Grail for organizations, economies and individuals alike: Health.

Continue Reading Hello, I'm an arrow!


Subscribe Today

Rotman Management magazine is your destination for exclusive thought leader interviews, breakthrough research from leading academics, and innovative new ideas from top management thinkers.

Learn more Hello, I'm an arrow!

Read + Learn

Article Thumbnail

Leading the Way to Recovery: The Creative Destruction Lab's Moonshot

By Karen Christensen

Last March, it became clear to CDL leaders that honouring their mission would mean redeploying their resources to focus on the global crisis.

Article Thumbnail

The Next Normal: Trends That Will Define 2021 and Beyond

By Kevin Sneader and Shubham Singhal

COVID-19 has changed the world. But with good leadership, we can ensure it is change for the better.

Article Thumbnail

Managing the Most Complex Organizations on Earth

Interview with Brian Golden by Karen Christensen

Peter Drucker famously called hospitals “the most complex form of human organization we have ever attempted to manage”. The Rotman School’s resident health sector strategist explains why.

Article Thumbnail

Gender Analytics: How Gender-Based Insights Create Value

By Sarah Kaplan

Gender-based insights can inform innovative new ways of working, doing business and designing policy.

Article Thumbnail

Managing Mental Health: A Behavioural Approach

By Renante Rondina, Cindy Quan and Dilip Soman

Mental health policy needs to start embracing models and frameworks from other disciplines — in particular, the field of Behavioural Science.

Article Thumbnail

Rewriting The Rules of Corporate Governance

By Lynn S. Paine

As boards look to the post-COVID era, they will need to assess their readiness to meet three new demands—and address any gaps they find.

Pay-Per-View Articles

Since 2009, Harvard Business Review has been selling some of the feature articles from each issue of Rotman Management at These sales bring in revenue to support the Rotman School's innovative programs, student services and scholarships.

Article Thumbnail

Learning While Leading: The Digital Leadership Challenge

By Julie Okada, Elaine Lin Hering, and Ryan McManus

Leading amidst a digital revolution requires leaders to think differently about strategy, investment, culture - and most importantly, about themselves.

Article Thumbnail

The Unstuck Mind

Interview with Jay Cone by Karen Christensen

A leadership expert who has spent 30 years working to create a vaccine against closed-mindedness shares the tools of his trade.

Article Thumbnail

Crisis Management: Lessons from the C-Suite

By Tony Comper

The long-term economic implications of COVID-19 are not yet understood, but lessons from earlier crises can guide those responsible for the recovery.

Article Thumbnail

Unlocking Employee Potential: A Framework for Success

By Janet Krstevski, Sonia Mathur, and Sarah Berger

Companies can support workers’ well-being by focusing on six principles, positioning themselves for a stronger future.

Article Thumbnail

Powering a Strong Recovery: An Economic Growth Plan for Canada

By Robert Asselin and Ross Laver

Laying the foundation for a safe and sustainable recovery requires a focus on three pillars of the economy: people, capital and ideas.

Article Thumbnail

Macro Disruptors: 7 Themes That Could Reshape the Global Economy

By Frances Donald

As we begin to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, seven ‘new normal’ ideas merit the attention of investors.