Ideas Worth Teaching
~ November 2, 2017  ~
-- Case Study --
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
ESADE Business School: Daniel Arenas, Pablo Sánchez, Solange Hai

This organization is looking to grow, but can it balance competing social goals and market challenges?
-- 1 --
What would the democratization of asset ownership mean for the economy and society?
-- 2 --
BUSINESS ETHICS
Reuters: Brian Grow, John Shiffman

When grey areas turn ethically murky: who decides what's acceptable when "few rules mean few consequences"?
-- 3 --
Independent contractors are on the rise, but is society ready for the loss of labor protections?
INNOVATION
Harvard Magazine: Lydialyle Gibson

As we work to circumvent human limits, should we embrace neural networks even if we don't know how they do what they do?
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LEADERSHIP
The New York Times: Adam Bryant

Is what's good for executives good for the economy and society?
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