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Duration

2 weeks

Tuition

$4,500

  Toronto

Nov 29-Dec 8

Commitment

Part-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Year Founded

1950

Scholarships

yes

Innovate for diversity and equity with evidence, behavioural insights and business design.

Inclusion by Design is for leaders and organization looking for disruptive and evidence-backed ways to design, implement and evaluate inclusion practices that actually work. Whether it’s hiring, retention or compensation, use a new approach to move past acceptance to true inclusion so you can engage, energize, inspire and benefit from diversity with greater success.

Inclusion by Design reframes inclusion as an innovation challenge using the latest insights from behavioural economics and business design to innovate for diversity at the personal, team and organizational levels.

Our expert faculty will guide you through a winning business design process for improving diversity and inclusion in your organization that you can apply quickly and effectively upon your return to the office.

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Student Reviews (1)

Rotman School of Management

Best business school in Canada

Jack Gilligan

Toronto • June 7, 2021

Graduated From

Master of Management Analytics

Overall:

5 out of 5

Instructors:

5 stars

Curriculum:

5 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars

This is the best business school in Canada, IMO. Employers recognize it and MBA grads have some of the best salaries in the country after graduation. The analytics program is basically a bolt-on to core business school, networks, curriculum, etc. just ...

This is the best business school in Canada, IMO. Employers recognize it and MBA grads have some of the best salaries in the country after graduation. The analytics program is basically a bolt-on to core business school, networks, curriculum, etc. just with profs that can take you deeper into data. Oh, and some of the best data scientists in the world are at UofT. If you're professionally mature and ready for a challenging master's program in Toronto, then you can't really go wrong here.

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