~ January 9, 2020  ~
Ted Rogers Leadership Centre

How does shaping ethical dilemmas into interactive narratives change the student experience? This collection of games features a "choose-your-own-adventure" approach to business ethics. (select teaching notes also available)
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Poets & Quants: Marc Ethier

"Huge and daunting challenges lie ahead" and the relationship between business and society is under increasing scrutiny. How should business schools respond?
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Project Syndicate: Laura Tyson, Lenny Mendonca

What will determine corporate support for reforming the system?
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Change is inevitable, success is not. How should business respond to the trends that will shape the next decade? (for more predictions, see The Next Decade of Design Is about Fixing the Last Century)
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What price short-term gains, and is private equity "a giant money monster that eats up companies and spits them out" or does it "just have a PR problem?"
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The New Yorker: Evan Osnos

How will tensions between these two powers shape the future, and what impact will that have on business?
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