The Future of the MBA

Learn about what the future holds for the MBA from Roger Martin, former dean of Rotman School of Management

About the Hosts

Craig Morantz

Craig is the former CEO of Kira Talent. He's a start up investor, an experienced business operator, someone who is committed to the customer experience and loves building things.

Roger Martin

Roger Martin served as the Dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto for 15 years. He was voted by Thinkers50 as the world’s third most influential business thinker, and Poets & Quants awarded him 'Dean of the Year' in 2013. 

In this live Q&A style webinar, Roger Martin and Craig Morantz, the CEO of Kira Talent, cover what the future holds for the MBA, probably the hottest ticket among the current university graduate degree offerings.

They discuss Roger’s views based on his extensive experience as a Dean of Rotman, a leading global business school.

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What You'll Learn

The issues around three main areas of the MBA: students, faculty, and curriculum.

How graduate business educators can produce more broadly trained and creatively oriented leaders.

Why businesses need to attract more diverse MBA candidates instead of more 'data crunching technocrats'. 


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