~ June 18, 2020  ~
Harvard Business Review

The battle against racism has many fronts. How can businesses improve hiring, disrupt bias, and better support employees? (also see How to Have Productive Conversations about Race at the Office, Organizations Cannot Afford to Stay Silent on Racial Injustice and We're Entering the Age of Corporate Social Justice)
WIRED: Evan Ratliff

"We enabled the first business-disruption insurance for pandemics. But nobody bought it." Why not, and how can we do better next time?
"Amazon will not be accepting wooden dollars" but this town does. Can this Great Depression innovation help revitalize local economies?
The Conversation: Sarah Birrell Ivory, Brad McKay

How can individual employees "help turn what has been a traumatic period in human history, into one that future generations will benefit from, and create a more sustainable world?"
Vox: Ian Millhiser

It's a big deal: What does the recent decision mean for workers, and for employers?
Fast Company: Ikya Kandula

And how can schools translate the intangible value of an MBA for the post-Covid world? (also see Global Study of Business School Decision Makers Highlights Optimism...)
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