~ March 5, 2020  ~
Spotlight On Teaching
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Sarah Ivory

The coronavirus is the latest of many pressing global concerns. How can students develop the critical skills necessary to understand, analyze and make decisions in a complex world? Join the University of Edinburgh's Sarah Ivory as she discusses her approach to business education in the award-winning course, Global Challenges for Business.
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Is this crisis an opportunity to rethink workforce policies and how they support, or undermine, both economy and society? (see also We Are Ignoring One Obvious Way to Fight the Coronavirus)
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ChiefExecutive: Jeffrey Sonnenfeld

Even as ideas of leadership evolve, what can we learn from Welch and others who have paved the way?
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Harvard Business Review: Caitlyn Collins

How do parental leave policies impact not only workers, but also their companies and the economy?
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Change doesn't happen overnight: What can BlackRock teach us as it works to live up to its sustainability goals?
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FIND MBA: Seb Murray

"We need people who can not only innovate, but who also care about the human implications and possible unintended consequences." What steps should schools take to deliver on the defining issues of our time? (also see Teaching Sustainability: How MBAs Are Combining Mainstream with Green-Stream)
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