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The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Witold Henisz
What skills do students need to become leaders capable of connecting issues like climate change, human rights, and long-term corporate value with corporate and other interests? Wharton’s Witold Henisz discusses this and much more in our interview on his award-winning class, Corporate Diplomacy: Aligning Stakeholder Analytics & Strategy.
It’s a question at the heart of many economic, environmental, health, and safety regulations: "At what point should personal freedom yield to the common good?” (also see The Truth Behind Corporate Climate Pledges)
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