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Toronto and Sydney: What can we learn from each other?

By Dr. Michael Brooks Most of us know intuitively what the City of the future ought to look like.  To avoid excess air pollution from automobiles and the needless destruction of farmland, it needs to have higher densities.  In order to make use of existing infrastructure and sewer mains, water pipes and electricity grids, it […]

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Reflections from my Doctoral Research Journey

By Dr. Ken Grant In common with several other mid-career academics at the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM), I have been doing my doctorate part-time (at Henley Business School in the United Kingdom), while working at TRSM and, happily (and to my wife’s great relief), I have now been awarded my Doctorate of Business […]

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Looking Back, looking Forward, has my research made a difference? Will it?

By Dr. Kim Bates What constitutes great research in management? How do we measure the impact of research?  These questions plague policy makers, academics and practicing managers.  I write this from a research group meeting in Seville, Spain. I’m meeting with team leaders representing teams from 20 countries.   We began in 1988 with 5 researchers […]

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Which MBA?

Murtaza Haider, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Programs Over 250,000 individuals are pursuing MBA degrees today. Another million-plus are pursuing undergraduate degrees in commerce. At the same time, millions more with similar academic credentials are already active in the job market. What was once a small, coveted group of highly qualified managers has […]

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