~ May 21, 2020  ~
Harvard Business Review's Big Idea: Morra Aarons-Mele

"Ultimately, anxiety comes with the job": Want to be a good leader? Don't forget to take care of yourself too.
Margins: Ranjan Roy

"A business as successful as Doordash and worth billions of dollars would clearly not just give away money like this." What does the fact that it did teach about market inefficiencies and how sometimes absurd incentives can undermine long-term success?
The coronavirus demands that we rethink the safety of work. How can workplace redesign for the virus also address issues like harassment and discrimination?
The New York Review of Books: Michael Pollan

"A momentous question awaits us on the far side of the current crisis: Are we willing to address the many vulnerabilities that the novel coronavirus has so dramatically exposed?"
Collaborative Fund: Morgan Housel

"Never, not once, did we think we'd pay the ultimate price." Will this pandemic change how we think about, and prepare for, low-probability, high-impact risks?
Poets&Quants: Laura Napoli

"Resist the siren call of inaction. Come to the helm and steer." From the pandemic to climate, we are in the midst of a worldwide call to action. How can new graduates (and others) shape careers that embody positive change?
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