~ July 8, 2021 ~
HBR IdeaCast: Curt Nickisch
"What went right--and wrong--at Nissan? How did Carlos Ghosn go from being one of the world’s most admired CEOs to a fugitive from justice?” (four-part podcast series with transcripts: parts 2, 3, 4)
NPR: Laurel Wamsley
What can other organizations learn from this, about hiring, culture, public relations and diversity?
The Baffler: Jake Bittle
Our systems are rife with vulnerabilities: "For a long time, we didn’t know what the risks were, sure. But now that we do, how do we stop?” (also see The Miami Building Collapse and Humanity’s Tragic Fight for the Future)
Who are shareholders, what do they really want, and does the answer run through a triple-agency problem? (also see This Investment Platform Lets You Push Companies to Change)
Vox: Sigal Samuel
From thought experiment to action: "Do we owe it to future generations to take their interests into account?”
How can business schools live up to the promise, and responsibility, of educating students for a challenging future? (also see HBS Faculty Summer Reading Recommendations)
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