~ April 16, 2020  ~
Spotlight On Teaching
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Nicholas McGuigan, Allesandro Ghio, Robert Sroufe, Regina Abrami, Jadranka Skorin-Kapov, Melissa Bradley, Jerry Davis, Sarah Birrell Ivory

What are the top predictions for how this crisis will impact the business education landscape? In the third of this four-part series, a selection of Ideas Worth Teaching Award winners weigh in. (also see our growing collection on The Coronavirus and Business Education: Resources for Teaching)
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Forbes: Georg Kell

"Going back to business as usual would be short-sighted and self-destructive": How can the response to this crisis shape a more inclusive and sustainable future?
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The New York Times Magazine: The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, Anne Case, Zeke Emanuel, Vanita Gupta, Peter Singer, Emily Bazelon

When can we ethically reopen the economy, and how will the pandemic change our society when we do? This diverse collection of experts weighs in. (also see Is Grocery Delivery Ethical During a Pandemic?)
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The New York Times: Peter S. Goodman

Many Business Roundtable signatories are aiming for a better version of capitalism. What do they need to change in order to hit their target?
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The Globe and Mail: David R. Beatty

What does a company's time horizon have to do with its resilience and strategic advantage?
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DealBook: Leo E. Strine Jr., Dorothy S. Lund

"Are Americans well served by a corporate governance system that has encouraged all sectors of the economy to run their businesses on fumes?"
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