Roger Martin is the dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto and a professor at the school. Alongside former Chairman & CEO of Procter & Gamble A.G. Lafley, he is co-author of the new book Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works.
He writes extensively on design, is a regular contributor to Washingon Post’s On Leadership blog and to Financial Times’ Judgement Call column, and has written many articles in leading business publications including Harvard Business Review, Business Week, Fast Company and Barrons.
His other books include The Responsibility Virus, The Opposable Mind, The Design of Business and Fixing the Game.
Free lecture and book signing by Roger Martin, dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto and a professor of strategic management at the school. Alongside former Chairman & CEO of Procter & Gamble A.G. Lafley, Martin is co-author of the new book “Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works,” which will be the primary focus of his presentation. He writes extensively on design, is a regular contributor to “Washington Post’s” “On Leadership” blog and to “Financial Times'” “Judgment Call” column, and written many articles in leading business publications including “Harvard Business Review,” “BusinessWeek,” “Fast Company,” and “Barron’s.” His other books include “The Responsibility Virus,” “The Opposable Mind,” “The Design of Business” and “Fixing the Game.”
Art Center College of Design | Hillside Campus
Los Angeles Times Media Center
1700 Lida Street, Pasadena, CA 91103
Throughout the year, Art Center welcomes a number of guest lecturers to campus with the intention of inspiring our students, engaging the community, and contributing to the intellectual life of the College. Roger Martin’s lecture and book signing is presented in association with Live Talks Business Forums and follows the participation of Art Center President Lorne Buchman in the Live Talks series last fall, during which he interviewed idealab founder and Art Center trustee Bill Gross.
This event is free and open to the public. No RSVP necessary. For more information, email [email protected] or call 626.396.2251.