November 10, 2022
Stanford Graduate School of Business: Dave Gilson
“Ask yourself: If you follow this strategy, will the world be a better place? What are you assuming if you answer ‘yes’ — and what might go wrong?” Go inside the classroom with this high-profile course. (also see Class Takeaways — Business and Government and Bystanders No More, America’s CEOs Must Pay Attention to Societal Divides)
How do the experts weigh in on this “business school case study for the ages”? (also see Elon Musk Is Bad at This and Elon Musk’s Twitter Is a Case Study of How Not to Lay People Off)
BBC Future: Isabelle Gerretsen
A key question at COP27 this week: “Should rich countries and fossil fuel companies pay for the climate losses and damages they have caused?” (also see The Guardian View on Climate Finance: A Green Transition Requires Funding and What Is ‘Loss and Damage,’ the Climate Summit’s Key Issue)
Yale Insights: Caroline James, Ted O’Callahan
An industry insider's perspective: “The linear economy is clearly unsustainable from an environmental point of view. But as I mentioned, it’s illogical from an economic point of view too. Why throw away valuable materials?”
“We hate each other’s guts, we don’t come together on anything unless there is a huge crisis. Everyone is recognizing there is a huge crisis. We need to come together.” Yes. Good. How? (also see In Fashion Industry, a Fine Line Between Collaboration and Collusion)
How are business schools branching out in ways that address students’ needs and society’s goals?
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