A Better Business School: Roger Martin's Rotman Legacy
His most recent book, Fixing the Game, where he applied lessons from the National Football League to problems with American Capitalism, sparked his interest in pursuing this issue in a more in-depth manner. He said that he wanted to turn his attention to studying problems in capitalism full-time, which he couldn't do while working as the dean. He will also be undertaking a role with two Rotman projects: the Martin Prosperity Institute and the Institute for Competitiveness. While he says he doesn't plan to take on the dean role again, he is proud of the role he played in increasing the school's global profile. The number of MBA students at Rotman has nearly tripled since 1998 and now more than half of those are international students. Martin has years of experience speaking to both top business leaders and the next generation of student thinkers. His thirst for knowledge and passion for sharing what he has learned makes him a sure-fire hit at any event.