~ February 24, 2022 ~
Journal of International Education in Business: Panikos Georgallis, Kayleigh Bruijn
When is framing sustainability in terms of "business as usual" not enough, for companies or for business education? This article details a dynamic alternative.
CNN Business: Charles Riley
How could this conflict play out in the economic sphere, and who will pay the price? (also see The Russia-Ukraine Conflict, Explained and Companies With Exposure to Russia React to Ukraine Crisis)
The Guardian: David Pegg, Kalyeena Makortoff, Martin Chulov, Paul Lewis, Luke Harding
This headline-grabbing leak came from a disgruntled employee. What would you do if your dream job turned out to be anything but? (also see Employees Are Sick of Being Asked to Make Moral Compromises)
What do the paths to economic empowerment look like? (also see Son of American Slave Reflects on Father's Lessons)
INSEAD Knowledge: Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries
Why do apparently respectable people sometimes do awful things, and how can business schools help? (also see Gangsters Want to Be Good People Too)
Poets&Quants: Greg Yang
Why invest in happiness? Because it's not just about you. (also see Managing a Polarized Workforce)
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