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Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management


The faculty and researchers in the OB/HRM area at Rotman enjoy a collegial environment where they pursue high-quality research on the latest topics in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management.



Meet our world-class Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management faculty who conduct research in a wide range of topics.

Market Research


Faculty research interests include employee affect, goal setting, decision making, leadership, employee selection and training, performance evaluation, sexual harassment, small groups and teams, gender and power dynamics at work, career development, business ethics, negotiations, trust and cooperation, cross-cultural management, occupational stress and safety, and knowledge management.

Latest research

Latest research

Read some of the latest research by the Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management faculty.


Academic Events

Come listen to talks by great thinkers and experts in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management at the Rotman Speaker Series

OBHR at Rotman

Faculty - Geoffrey Leonardelli - Inspiring Success

Geoffrey Leonardelli is an associate professor of Organizational Behaviour

Faculty - Maria Rotundo - Cultivating Leadership

The Rotman School turns managers into leaders

Discrimination in Hiring

Speaker: Sonia Kang, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour, Rotman Rotman Management Magazine Speaker Series

The Power of Networks

Professor Tiziana Casciaro teaches in many Initiative Programs and is an expert on networks.


OB/HRM MBA Electives What We Teach

Choose from a range of MBA electives taught by our world-renowned OB/HRM faculty.

OB/HRM MBA Electives


The OBehaviour/HRM PhD is designed to produce scholars who will conduct high-level theoretical and empirical research and teach at major research institutions.

Learn more about the Rotman OB/HRM PhD

Contact Us OB/HRM

Area Coordinator

Glen Whyte
Professor of Organizational Behaviour & HR Management

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