January 25, 2023

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Crafting an AI-Ready Workforce: The Urgent Need for Ethical Leadership

Chief Executive: Chris Yoko

“Do CEOs have a duty to their employees when rolling out AI technology that may eliminate jobs in their businesses?” (also see AI is the Big Opportunity and the Risk to Watch at Davos)


Boeing’s Current Troubles May Trace Back to the 1990s

Marketplace: Nancy Marshall-Genzer

Are the company’s current problems rooted in a changing management philosophy that “went too far”?


Blazing a Trail: Four Ingredients to London Business School’s Best Classes

Poets&Quants: Sharvan Pethe

What makes an MBA class good? This student weighs in. (also see Poets&Quants’ Best Undergraduate Business Schools of 2024)


The End of Workplace Loyalty

Business Insider: Aki Ito

 What is the psychological contract around work, and who broke it?


Why Business Schools Should Hire More Socialist Professors

Fast Company: Paul Adler

What can multiple viewpoints bring to the business school conversation?


The Disposable Cup Crisis

The Guardian: Cecilia Nowell

“What’s the environmental impact of a to-go coffee?”

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