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At the Ted Rogers School of Management, we put the wellbeing of our community at the centre of everything we do. Stay up-to-date with updates, resources and information about COVID-19.
Our researchers come from diverse disciplines, and bring broad research perspectives and innovative solutions to managerial and societal problems. Here is some of our faculty’s recent research that has appeared in top-tier journals, showing the depth and breadth of our outstanding research contributions.
Tied together by three themes: Diverse, Dynamic and Distinguished, our new Report highlights some of the stories and successes of Ted Rogers School’s faculty, students, staff and alumni, and how we continued to build on our mission to develop collaborative, creative business leaders who will drive 21st century business forward.
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Academic years 2020/21 to 2023/24
Ted Rogers School of Management's three-year Action Plan will guide us through the pandemic and its aftermath. It honours the aspirations of the university while capitalizing on the unique strengths and ambitions of our school.
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Ted Rogers is our namesake and our inspiration. Learn more about him in this video, which premiered at the Ted Rogers Management Conference 10th anniversary event.
Ted Rogers MBA ranked #2 in Canada in Corporate Knights 2022 Better World Ranking
The program also ranked 8th globally for integrating sustainability. The annual ranking reflects the strong demand for sustainability in core courses and faculty research in MBA programs across the world.
Learn about the Ted Rogers School of Management's Indigenous Initiatives and the mandate of Toronto Metropolitan University's Standing Strong (Mash Koh Wee Kah Pooh Win) Task Force.
This is Like Nobody's Business TRSM Podcasts
In recent years, there have been efforts from the NHL and all of its 32 teams to increase diversity across the league. The NHL’s 2022 Diversity and Inclusion report mentioned that recent hire, Mike Grier, became the League's first Black general manager when the San Jose Sharks hired him in July. The report also showed that the league’s full-time workforce is 3.7% Black, 4.2% Asian, 3.7% Hispanic, and less than 1% Indigenous. On this episode of Like Nobody’s Business, we discuss how hockey can work to be more inclusive, what that inclusivity looks like, how it will impact young hockey players and the future changes to come in the sport.
We Own the Podium
Our students consistently place among top teams in MBA and Undergraduate case competitions in Canada and around the world. Through case competitions, students develop winning attitudes and skills in time management, effective professional presentations, analytics and teamwork. (Shown above: TRSM students at Enactus Regional Competition)
Explore some of our top achievements