What We Learned from the Crash

Roger Martin on how the financial crisis shaped and strengthened the Rotman School's MBA program

If it's true that lessons are learned best when they hit the pocketbook, then my financial education became complete in early 2009, when I received a dry e-mail, with only a faint whiff of apology, from my hedge fund manager. He announced he was shutting down and sending me back the remnants of my investment.

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