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Creating Great Choices with Roger Martin

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In this episode of the podcast, Brooke is joined by Roger Martin, an experienced strategy advisor, former Dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, and co-author of Creating Great Choices. Together, the two explore business models and how we can make great choices when fa
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In this episode of the podcast, Brooke is joined by Roger Martin, an experienced strategy advisor, former Dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, and co-author of Creating Great Choices. Together, the two explore business models and how we can make great choices when faced with incongruity. Supported with real-world examples, the discussion addresses how we should move forward when we don’t get the outcomes we hoped for.
Some specific topics include:
Our disinclination toward compromise and how to get around making “either/or” decisions
Bob Young and his company Red Hat, who took two unappealing choices and built a superior model amidst the free software movement
The ladder of inference that leads us to focus on monoliths
How the Toronto International Film Festival overcame the power of monoliths and became the most important film festival in the world
The three steps for integrative thinking, an alternative to accepting polarized situations
How Roger transformed the Rotman School of Management into one of the highest-ranked business schools in research
How people can work toward integrative thinking through their everyday choices
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