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Each week, our faculty share their groundbreaking research, published work and their authoritative insight into an exceptionally wide range of management issues. Take a moment to find out what's happening this week at Rotman.

Do you want a cheerleader or a critic? The Voice shows how we really choose our mentors.

June 11, 2020
Toronto – We think that we will choose our personal and professional advisors based on reasoned criteria about their expertise, compet...
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Extreme action costs popular support for protest movements, new study finds.

April 08, 2020
Study finds social movements lose popular approval when action is disruptive   Toronto – Whether it’s blocking traffic outs...
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Stressed-out boss? There’s a bright side, University of Toronto study shows.

March 25, 2020
Toronto – Stressed-out managers have a reputation for taking out their angst on those below them. But new research from the University...
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To keep the creative juices flowing, employees should be receptive to criticism

April 03, 2019
Toronto -- Attention managers: the next time you need to inspire your team creatively, be more attentive to your employees’ feelings w...
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Five solutions offered for achieving gender equality in medicine and science.

February 08, 2019
Toronto - Women’s representation in science and medicine has slowly increased over the past few decades. However, this rise in numbers...
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Leaders may create ineffective cultures because they are stuck in the past, study shows

September 26, 2018
Toronto – Where does culture come from? This basic question is one of the toughest for both researchers and practitioners to answer be...
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Sagging confidence can lead to more self-interested behaviour -- or less, Rotman study finds.

March 22, 2018
Toronto – Most of us know what it feels like to lose confidence from time to time. Your golf game went badly. You got passed over for ...
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Too much structured knowledge hurts creativity, shows Rotman study

March 21, 2017
Toronto – Structure organizes human activities and help us understand the world with less effort, but it can be the killer of creativi...
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Economy flyers unite! Research shows air rage a product of class difference.

May 02, 2016
Toronto – We blame air rage on long flight delays, shrinking seats and a general decline in civility. But the first empirical research...
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Generosity of the Wealthy Depends on the Level of Economic Inequality of Where They Live Says New Study.

April 18, 2016
Toronto – They take more candy from kids, are bigger cheats behind the wheel and feel less compassion for cancer patients. But the la...
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