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Seminar : Sarah Kaplan & Anita McGahan, Toronto

[19] [Oct 2018] [ 1:30 pm] [ ]


Grenoble Ecole de Management
12 rue Pierre Sémard
All times are GMT+1


Seminar : How the Network Neighborhood Influences Partnerships: From Handshakes to Formal Collaboration among US Fire Departments
Anita M. McGahan
Rotman chair in Management
Professor, Munk School of Global Affaires and Public Policy
She  is Professor and Rotman Chair in Management at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto.  She is cross appointed to the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy and the Physiology Department of the Medical School; is Senior Associate at the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard University; is the Chief Economist in the Division of Health and Human Rights at the Massachusetts General Hospital; and is President-Elect of the Academy of Management.  In 2013, she was elected by the Academy of Management’s 18,000+ membership to the Board of Governors and into the Presidency rotation.  In 2014, she joined the MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Opening Governance.  During her 2010-2015 appointment as the Director of Toronto’s PhD Program and as the Associate Dean of Research, the School’s PhD and research rankings internationally increased from #11 to #4 and #17 to #4, respectively.
Seminar : Acceleration as Mitigation: Whether and When Process Solutions can Address Gender Bias in Entrepreneurship
Sarah Kaplan
Director, Institute for Gender and the Economy
Distinguished Professor of Gender & the Economy
Professor of Strategic Management

Sarah Kaplan is Director, Institute for Gender and the Economy,  Distinguished Professor of Gender & the Economy and Professor of Strategic Management at Rotman. She is a co-author of the bestselling business book, Creative Destruction as well as Survive and Thrive: Winning Against Strategic Threats to Your Business. Her next book, The 360° Corporation: Beyond the Business Case for Social Responsibility will appear in 2019. Her research has covered how organizations participate in and respond to the emergence of new fields and technologies in biotechnology, fiber optics, financial services, nanotechnology and most recently, the field emerging at the nexus of gender and finance. Formerly a professor at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (where she remains a Senior Fellow), and a consultant and innovation specialist for nearly a decade at McKinsey & Company in New York, she completed her doctoral research at the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She has a BA with honors in Political Science from UCLA and an MA in International Relations and International Economics with distinction from the School for Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University.

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