~ June 11, 2020  ~
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GRAND CHALLENGES
The Aspen Institute

From education to incentives to leadership: How can we do better on structural racism? (And if you're committed to positive change but aren't sure where to begin, this list of articles and other resources can help you get started.)
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PURPOSE OF THE CORPORATION
Corporate Secretary: Tim Human

How is the relationship between corporate purpose and long-term value evolving?
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
Inc.com: Emily Canal

When the customer's not right: As businesses reopen, how should they handle the grey areas around safety, customers and compliance?
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SOCIAL INTRAPRENEURSHIP
Yahoo Sports: Henry Bushnell

"He knew it could get him fired. He continued anyway." What lessons can we learn from the employee who turned a "fool's errand" into a meaningful step forward?
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FINANCE
The Guardian: Andrew Bailey, Mark Carney, Fran├žois Villeroy de Galhau, Frank Elderson

What does it mean to pursue a "whole economy transition" and why should we consider it?
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Is this the future of the MBA?
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