~ January 30, 2020  ~
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
Harvard Business Review: Clayton M. Christensen

Harvard's Clayton M. Christensen, management educator and theorist, created the theory of disruptive innovation but also helped students "find cogent answers to three questions: First, how can I be sure that I'll be happy in my career? Second, how can I be sure that my relationships with my spouse and my family become an enduring source of happiness? Third, how can I be sure I'll stay out of jail?" (for more on his work, see Clayton Christensen, Guru of 'Disruptive Innovation,' Dies at 67)
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GRAND CHALLENGES
GQ: Clay Skipper

If our financial and other systems are more malleable than we are taught to believe, how can we use that to benefit both our selves and society?
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LONG-TERMISM
The Conversation: Christopher Michaelson

What are the world's most pressing challenges, how should they be addressed, and why do CEOs answer differently?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
Financial Times: Andrew Jack

Students "are coming into their professional lives at a moment when the needs have never been more stark." How should schools address the growing interest in sustainable and ethical business?
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SUSTAINABILITY
Harvard Business Review: Andrew Winston

Stakeholders across the board are demanding more from corporate leaders. What will it take to step up?

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Even many of the wealthy now agree that "our global economy is on inequality autopilot." Can we also agree on a solution?
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