~ October 8, 2020 ~
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: John Byrd

What does taking action on climate mean for business, and future managers? The University of Colorado at Denver's John Byrd discusses the changing market for sustainability talent, whether today's big climate moves by companies go far enough, and much more related to his award-winning course, Business and Global Climate Change.
ProMarket: J.S. Nelson

"Historically, corporations have been collaborative efforts to call people to a higher, communal purpose... To what purposes will modern employees and other stakeholders-communities, governments, and those who invest in the corporation in all ways-commit themselves?" (also see Put Your Metrics Where Your Mouth Is)
ProPublica: Ken Armstrong, Justin Elliott, Ariana Tobin

The work-from-home customer service business is a short-term boon for companies, but what does it mean for workers?

The Ideas Worth Teaching Awards are a part of a broader change strategy that asks what are the top priorities for tomorrow's managers and what is possible now in business education? This year, we celebrate nine innovative courses leading the way, beginning with a conversation between Yale's Dean Kerwin Charles and Dan Schulman, CEO and President of PayPal.

See all the Ideas Worth Teaching Award winners here!

MIT Sloan Management Review: N. Craig Smith, Piergiorgio Pepe

It's "less a question of whether companies should contribute than about how": What should organizations consider as they respond to crises?
Foreign Affairs: Mariana Mazzucato

How can we avoid a repeat of the 2008 crisis and "shape markets so that they deliver the kind of long-term outcomes that benefit everyone"? (also see There's No Such Thing as a Self-Made Billionaire)
"We recognize that access, equity and inclusion are vital to our school's future and to developing global citizens with the broad knowledge, skills, and perspectives needed to contribute meaningfully to society as well as advancements in business." How can business schools translate this vision into concrete change?
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