~ April 23, 2020  ~
Spotlight On Teaching
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Nicholas McGuigan, Allesandro Ghio, Robert Sroufe, Jadranka Skorin-Kapov, Melissa Bradley, Jerry Davis, Sarah Birrell Ivory

What have educators learned so far during this crisis, and what does it tell us about the next phase of business education? In the final installment of this four-part series, Ideas Worth Teaching Award winners share their insights for the future. (also see our collection on The Coronavirus and Business Education: Resources for Teaching)
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"The world which emerges from this COVID-19 crisis will look different." This crisis is challenging, but is it also an opportunity to refocus business on the social and environmental targets that matter most?
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Bloomberg: Austin Carr, Chris Palmeri

"Nothing's perfect, OK?" How can hindsight guide managers to do better in the future?
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Poets&Quants: Nathan Allen

As CEOs face "urgent, difficult choices," what are the long-term benefits of "putting employees first"? (see the full letter here: An Open Letter to Business Leaders from 1200+ MBAs)
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Wells Fargo Asset Management: Chris McKnett

Beyond the pandemic: What lessons does this crisis hold for the future of job protection, worker well-being and the environment?
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Foreign Affairs: James A. Baker III, George P. Shultz, Ted Halstead

"Climate action and economic growth, far from being mutually exclusive, are not only compatible but also increasingly interdependent." What are the non-environmental arguments for action on climate change?
The Ideas Worth Teaching Awards recognize faculty providing the skills and mindsets needed to navigate and thrive even in difficult times. We've extended the nomination deadline to May 8, 2020. Learn more and nominate now!
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