If you’re not a numbers person, finance may seem intimidating and easy to ignore. But to advance you’re career, you need to make smart financial decisions and develop the confidence to clearly communicate those decisions with others. Let Mihir Desair of Harvard Business School help demystify the endlessly fascinating world of finance.
Mihir Desai is the Mizuho Financial Group Professor of Finance at Harvard Business School and a Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. An award-winning teacher and a leading scholar of corporate finance and tax policy, Professor Desai has been educating varied student populations for nearly twenty years, including senior executives from around the world, MBA students, undergraduates, and lawyers. He’s the author of How Finance Works: The HBR Guide to Thinking Smart About the Numbers (HBR Press, 2019) and other business books.
Located in downtown Toronto and part of the University of Toronto, the Rotman School of Management (http://www.rotman.utoronto.ca) is the leading business school in Canada. Rotman offers a Full-Time MBA program, and several programs for working professionals, including the Morning and Evening MBA, Master of Finance, One-Year Executive MBA, Global Executive MBA, Master of Financial Risk Management, Master of Management Analytics and the Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting.
Whichever degree or program you choose, Rotman will give an edge in your career and help you make the most of your potential.