~ September 24, 2020 ~
PRME: Alec Wersun, Johanna Klatt, Fara Azmat, Harsh Suri, Christian Hauser, Jill Bogie, Mark Meaney, Nikolay Ivanov

Why are the UN Sustainable Development Goals good for business, and how can business schools integrate the SDGs into both teaching and research? This report provides a roadmap.
Business Insider: Pat Fili-Krushel

What are the best strategies for making progress on equality, for all? (also see Justice Ginsburg Fought for Gender Equality. How Close Are We to Achieving That Goal?)
Reuters: Laurie Goering

"We've seen what you can do when the lives of your people are at stake": How can business help scale the fight against climate change? (also see We Can No Longer Pretend Climate Change Doesn't Exist and Climate Primer: Why Is Everyone Talking about 'Net Zero'?)
What skills and frameworks do executives need to build a more just and sustainable version of capitalism? And, how can business teaching support this awakened imperative for change? Join us for a conversation featuring: 

Dan Schulman, CEO and President of PayPal, and Kerwin Charles, Indra K. Nooyi Dean of the Yale School of Management, moderated by Judy Samuelson, Executive Director of the Aspen Institute Business & Society Program.

Followed immediately by the announcement of the winners of the 2020 Ideas Worth Teaching Awards!

Join us September 30th 1:30 PM ET. Learn more and register free here!

The New York Times: Peter S. Goodman

Change and accountability: How can business do better at moving from public statements to concrete action? (also see Here's How Boards Are Driving the Shift to Stakeholder Capitalism)
MIT Sloan Management Review: Sinan Aral, Paul Michelman

The "social media industrial complex" has upended everything from the economy to politics to health. How do we adapt? (also see The High Privacy Cost of a "Free" Website)
BuzzFeed: Jason Leopold, Anthony Cormier, John Templon, Tom Warren, Jeremy Singer-Vine, Scott Pham, Richard Holmes, Michael Sallah, Tanya Kozyreva, Emma Loop, Azeen Ghorayshi

Money laundering. Bribery. Mortgage fraud. Collusion. Currency manipulation. Rate tampering. Business as usual or a wake-up call on a global scale?
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