~ October 15, 2020 ~
Spotlight
FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
TED Talks: Rebecca Henderson

"Everyone who's trying to build a clean economy has to compete with firms that are heavily subsidized by the destruction of our health and the degradation of our climate. This is not the capitalism I signed up for. This is not a market that is either free or fair. So ... What do we do?" (also see Capitalism Is in Crisis. To Save It, We Need to Rethink Economic Growth. and This Is My Message to the Western World - Your Civilisation Is Killing Life on Earth)
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PURPOSE OF THE CORPORATION
ProMarket: Colin Mayer, Leo E. Strine, Jr., Jaap Winter

What is the secret sauce for successful stakeholder governance? (also see Top Asset Owners Commit to Big Carbon Emissions Cuts)
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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Harvard Business Review: Lynn S. Paine

From stakeholders to compensation to diversity and more, how will Covid change the what, how, and why of corporate boards? (also see Is Your Executive Compensation Plan Undermining Your Mission?)
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SUSTAINABILITY
CBC News: Anu Singh, Tyana Grundig, David Common

Holiday shopping has arrived. Is it time to talk about what free returns do to the environment? (also see Why the Plastic Packaging You Hate So Much Is Still Here)
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FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
Fast Company: Stephanie Mehta

Democracy, purpose, change: How can we prepare for the next iterations of business? (also see The Post-Pandemic Firm)
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
Ross School of Business: Andrew J. Hoffman

How can business schools do better at preparing students for market stewardship, rather than exploitation?
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