Ideas Worth Teaching
~ November 30, 2017  ~
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BUSINESS ETHICS
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics: Randall Gausman, Kirk O. Hanson

When ethics meet suspect behavior, are you ready to make hard choices? A former CFO says, "You've got to be willing to put your job on the line every day."
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
TIME: Andrei Cherny

Is corporate self-interest one key to winning back consumer trust and boosting the economy?
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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Fast Company: J.J. McCorvey

This minority-owned B-corp looked to grow beyond its core market and stumbled. Can Sundial move past "hair hate"?
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FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
Pacific Standard: Andy Kroll

Are secondary markets a sign of a broken system, the wave of the future, or both?
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Harvard Business Review: Amit Bhattacharjee, Jason Dana

Why do consumers believe that profit reduces social value? Can companies change that view?
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TALENT MANAGEMENT
The Chronicle of Higher Education: Nell Gluckman

When it comes to moving past mistakes, can overcoming a fundamental issue like impostor syndrome mean better leadership?
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