~ April 7, 2022 ~
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Kingsley Fong, William Wu
Traditional finance courses often treat the curriculum as removed from broader issues such as environmental and social factors. How are the Ideas Worth Teaching Award-winning professors behind the course "Sustainable and Responsible Investing" preparing students to make real shifts in the financial system? Also see:

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
The scope of the problem has been defined. Where are we on solutions? (also see U.N. Report Finds There's Still Time to Stop Extreme Climate Change and How Much Do Things Really Cost?)
Motherboard: Lauren Kaori Gurley
What will Amazon's first union mean, for employees, the company, and for customers? (also see The Starbucks Union, Explained)

The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Judy Samuelson, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld
What are the long-term implications of the choices businesses are making on the war in Ukraine?

Join Judy Samuelson for an exploration of this topic with Yale School of Management Professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, part of the effort to track corporations’ withdrawal from Russia. They'll discuss nuances of the current debate, lessons from history, and the connections between defending democratic values abroad and at home.

Join us April 13th at 2:30 PM ET

Business Insider: Allana Akhtar, Marguerite Ward
What do the themes underpinning this month bring to perspectives on community and change? (also see From Curbing Consumerism to Caring for Others, Ramadan Has Lessons for Us All)
TIME: Vera Bergengruen
Organizations' systems and technology are rife with unrealized potential. How could they be repurposed to achieve unexpected results in innovative ways? (also see Canada's Ivey School Offers Ukrainian Students Free Access To Its MBA)
What can management education do to address this?
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