Canadian accolade for Rotman professor

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One of the Rotman school’s up-and-coming professors at the University of Toronto has been named as one of Canada’s top 40 stars under the age of 40.

Mihnea Moldoveanu, who joined the school in 1999, is the academic director of the Desautels Centre for Integrative Thinking and an associate professor of strategic management at Rotman. A Harvard graduate, Prof Moldoveanu is widely published and coauthored The Future of the MBA - Designing the Thinker of The Future, published in March this year, with Rotman dean Roger Martin. He has also won numerous teaching awards.

Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 is published by The Caldwell Partners and is designed to recognise Canadians who have achieved significant success but have not yet reached the age of 40. Paul Salvini, chief technology officer and vice-president for Canadian operations at Side Effects Software, and a graduate of the Rotman executive MBA programme, was also honoured in the list.

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