~ July 29, 2021 ~
MIT Sloan: Ben Shields, Cate Reavis
It’s time to bring a legacy business into a wider, more diverse, more innovative future. What are the challenges, and the possibilities?
Vox: Emily Stewart
"It’s not a bad thing for brands and companies to try to make the world better." What are the limits to corporate action, and why aren’t markets the answer to everything? (also see “Let the Market Fix It”)
NPR: Lauren Sommer
The water is coming. Who should pay to hold it back? (also see Why Our Infrastructure Is Buckling Under Climate Disasters)
The Conversation: Michael Welker, Ning Zhang
What are companies doing to meet their quarterly targets, and who ends up paying the price?
Bloomberg Law: Ele Klein, Danny Goldstein
What can this recent David and Goliath story teach others about bringing social and environmental awareness to corporate governance?
The road back to normalcy was never going to be smooth. How are top B-schools walking the path?
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