Hugh Arnold, Ph.D
Adjunct Professor, Rotman School of Management
University of Toronto
Hugh Arnold is Adjunct Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. He was previously Magna International Professor of Business Strategy and Dean of the Rotman School.

Mr. Arnold has published extensively in and served on the editorial boards of leading scholarly journals and has written several books in the McGraw-Hill Series in Management. He teaches and consults on strategy, corporate governance, leadership development and human resource management.

Mr. Arnold is Academic Director of the new joint Rotman / ICD program entitled Board Dynamics for Executives which focuses on enhancing the capabilities of senior managers to work effectively with their boards. He was an undergraduate at the University of Alberta, and holds graduate degrees from Oxford and Yale.

Matt Fullbrook
Manager, Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness
Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Matt Fullbrook is a board effectiveness researcher and consultant based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  Matt is the Manager of the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.

Under his direction, the CCBE has evolved into the central hub of governance research in Canada. Matt has overseen the development and execution of all of the CCBE's projects since 2004, including the Globe & Mail's Board Games governance ratings, various Pay/Performance studies, SME governance ratings, and an ongoing study of the governance of family firms. 

As an independent consultant, Matt has advised dozens of boards of directors as an educator, facilitator and researcher, helping them to maximize their effectiveness through the development and implementation of valuable governance processes, policies and structures.