Interview with Roger Martin, world’s number-one management thinker by Thinkers50 in 2017
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In September, CEEMAN will hold its 26th Annual Conference, this time in Prague, Czech Republic, in cooperation with the University of New York in Prague. This year’s edition, fittingly titled “Redefining Management Education: Excellence and Relevance”, will take a look at how management education and research can be made more relevant so as to provide a better response to the needs of management in practice. We are proud to announce that Roger Martin, named the world’s number-one management thinker by Thinkers50 in 2017, will be one of our keynote speakers in Prague to share his views on redefining management education. Roger Martin is director of the Martin Prosperity Institute and the Michael Lee-Chin Family Institute for Corporate Citizenship at the Rotman School of Management, and the Premier’s Chair in Productivity and Competitiveness. In 2013, he was named Dean of the Year by the leading business school website Poets & Quants. He has published 11 books and written 25 Harvard Business Review articles. He is also a trusted strategy advisor to chief executive officers of companies worldwide, including Procter & Gamble, Lego, IDEO, and Verizon.

In our conversation, we spoke about relevance in management education, the future trends of management, and the dark side of efficiency, about which we will hear more in his keynote speech this September.

Please find the full interview here: CEEMAN Interview With Roger Martin

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