~ November 11, 2021 ~
Harvard Business School
Leaders respond to these essential questions: "What is the role of business leaders in this moment? What new business opportunities could come from the efforts to both mitigate and adapt to climate change?" (also see Climate Change and Business: It’s Time for a New Leadership Playbook and 10 Reasons to be Optimistic (Without Being Naive) About Climate Change)
For debate: What if staying a little dirty is the best way to get clean? (also see Stay or Sell? The $110Tn Investment Industry Gets Tougher on Climate)
California Management Review: Debbie Haski-Leventhal, Daniel Korschun, Martina Linnenluecke
Businesses will feel climate effects on a grand scale. When does it make sense for them to use their voice, agency and power to promote collective as well as corporate change? (also see Questions Business Leaders Need to Ask on Climate Action)
No Mercy / No Malice: Scott Galloway
New laws for new media: How do we reach a better balance between rights and responsibilities, protections and liability?
NPR: The Associated Press
What went wrong at GE? And what does the waning of the conglomerate era signal for society?
AACSB: George Siedel
"How do award-winning business school professors teach and conduct research across a variety of disciplines in ways that contribute to both the advancement of business and the common good?"
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