~ July 2, 2020  ~
PRiMEtime: Giselle Weybrecht

How can business schools play an important role in turning the UN's Sustainable Development Goals into reality? This new resource is designed to help schools integrate the SDGs into curriculum, research and partnerships.
CNBC: Michelle Gao, Matthew J. Belvedere

How do corporate reactions to current events make a difference to their internal purpose, external standing, and bottom lines? (also see Facebook's Ad Problem Just Turned Into a Full-Blown Crisis)
MIT Technology Review: Elizabeth MacBride

If it's true that the system is "more efficient at getting capital to the right people" than ever before, why hasn't it done more in the fight against Covid and other critical challenges?
Quartz at Work: Lila MacLellan

"It feels lousy to observe your own principles colliding with your behavior": How can those under pressure to do wrong at work reverse course (or avoid such ethical difficulties in the first place)? (also see "The Way Insurance Companies Have Rigged Our Health Care System, They're Probably Going to Emerge as Financial Winners from This")
Harvard Business Review: Gianpiero Petriglieri

"It is impossible to build the future using the blueprints of the past." Is it time to take a good, hard look at the essential underpinnings of management today?
Business Insider: Taylor Borden

How can business schools take concrete steps to build a more inclusive on-ramp to business? (also see Rules of Working on Wall Street From Black Employees Who Lived It and the Business Case for Diversity Isn't Enough to End Corporate Racism)
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