~ December 12, 2019  ~
The Aspen Institute: Claire Preisser, Jaime Bettcher

* Announcing the 2019 Ideas Worth Teaching Award Winners! *
"Global business schools have a special role in defining and feeding the dynamism of capitalism." How can management educators help students face today's social and political realities? The newest Ideas Worth Teaching Award-winning courses help answer that question.

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Stanford Social Innovation Review: Kevin Starr

The world needs solutions. How do you know if an idea has what it takes?
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Quartz at Work: Lila MacLellan

Is it time to question the foundations of traditional management education? These management professors are pushing for new ways of thinking.
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Business Insider: Richard Feloni

How has the conversation around capitalism moved from "We are the 99%" to the Business Roundtable's stakeholder manifesto, and what does that say about where capitalism will go next?
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TIME: Edward Felsenthal

This year's so-called "Great Man" is a teenage girl representing the next wave of change. Is business ready? (also see Greta Thunberg)
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Foreign Affairs

What's next for capitalism? This special issue brings together a variety of thinkers to tackle what will be one of the most pressing questions of the coming decade. (also see Judy Samuelson's What Is the Purpose of Companies? Only Their Actions Can Tell Us)
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