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University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and Canadian College of Health Leaders Renew Three-Year Strategic Alliance

Renewed partnership agreement serves as an avenue to promote excellence in the health leadership field through the School’s MBA and Global Executive MBA in Healthcare and the Life Sciences programs.

2020 Best & Brightest EMBAs: Rotman's Kathryn Tinckam

Two Rotman Executive MBA Graduates Named as “Best and Brightest.”

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The One Good Thing Caused By COVID-19: Innovation

Learn more about the profound influence of Covid-19

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New Web-Based Platform, CovidPPEHelp, Aims to Ease Supply Chain Information Bottlenecks for Personal Protective Equipment

A new platform to improve the flow of supply chain information for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as surgical masks has been developed by faculty members at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.

Resilience in action - Leading for resilience in response to COVID-19

Resilience matters now more than ever in healthcare, with the COVID-19 pandemic putting healthcare providers and systems under unprecedented strain.

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CovidPPEHelp Helps Save Lives

CovidPPEHelp Helps Save Lives by Improving Supply Chain Management for Personal Protective Equipment.

New Study Examines the Role of Expectations and Duration on Compliance with COVID-19 Social-Distancing Measures

A new study based on social distancing measures in Italy demonstrates people’s intentions to comply with self-isolation norms depend on how authorities communicate their duration and what people expect the duration will be.

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Life Sciences Companies offer Crisis Prices

Should Life Sciences Companies Offer Crisis Prices for COVID-Related Innovations?

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Perspectives on COVID-19

Rotman professors share insights and perspectives on the COVID-19 pandemic

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Stronger Together

Schools find that by banding together, they can solve common problems, cut costs, improve student outcomes - and stay ahead of disruptions in the field. A look at five very different alliances.

Human-Centred Innovation in the Digital Era

Dr. Angele Beausoleil gave the keynote address at the Sunnybrook Innovation Expo, describing how innovation truly happens, and how healthcare organizations can create the conditions and environments where human-centred innovation can thrive.

Team of Rotman MBA Students Win International Health Care Case Competition in Italy

A team of MBA students from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management took the top prize at the third annual Alira Health & SDA Bocconi Healthcare Case Competition held on November 22 and 23 in Milan, Italy.

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Two essential traits of high-performing teams: they test solutions quickly and stay focused

Recent research by Rotman Professor Marlys Christianson sheds light on what effective teams do right.