~ October 17, 2019  ~
GRAND CHALLENGES
TED Talks

What does it take for companies to prioritize planet and people, as well as profit? These experts examine the question from a wide range of informative angles.
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TALENT MANAGEMENT
BusinessBecause: Simon Lovick

What do universities, companies, and the economy lose when the talent pipeline is throttled?
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INNOVATION
The Atlantic: Ian Bogost

From autopilot to scooters, vaping and more: How can private innovation undermine public safety, and how do we decide what trade-offs are acceptable?
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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
CNN: Nathaniel Meyersohn

Can Costco take control of one of its most popular items while maintaining its socially-responsible and worker-friendly reputation?
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FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
The New York Times: Marc Benioff

"The culture of corporate America needs to change, and it shouldn't take an act of Congress to do it." What would a new capitalism look like, and is business up to making the change?
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BUSINESS ETHICS
Yale Insights: David Bach

How should global organizations navigate markets with conflicting values?
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