Roger Martin is a practical idealist. During his 15-year stint as Dean of the Rotman School of Management, he transformed it from a non-descript institute to one of the most respected global B-schools through sheer professional will and astute strategy. Interestingly though, he did that magic not just with Rotman but also with the National Tennis Federation of Canada of which he served as the chairman for three years and headed the high performance committee for another six years.
"Companies that have a multifaceted set of capabilities are really hard to replicate"
Martin Prosperity Institute's director Roger Martin is a champion doer and a practical idealist
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