~ October 1, 2020 ~
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program

* Announcing the 2020 Ideas Worth Teaching Award Winners! *

How can we use the current crises to wrestle with far-reaching questions about the interdependence of our economic systems and human health, about the economic fragility of front-line workers, and about the choices business executives must make in both ordinary and extraordinary times?

This year's Ideas Worth Teaching Awards spotlight nine innovative courses from around the world as they rise to the challenges of this moment.

1
PURPOSE OF THE CORPORATION
ProMarket: Martin Lipton

How can corporations harness purpose for a post-pandemic future of sustainable profitability? (also see Corporations Are Governance Mechanisms, Not Shareholder Toys and Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism)
2
FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
MarketWatch: Alexander Rossides

Is the solution to capitalism... more capitalism?
3
SUSTAINABILITY
Politico: Zack Colman

"It is time for a new approach": How are changing assessments of risk and cost reshaping corporate attitudes to climate action? (also see COVID-19 Recovery Could be a Climate Turning Point and We Mean Business Launches Corporate Climate Action Guide)
4
SUSTAINABILITY
The Christian Science Monitor: Sara Miller Llana

What does it take to turn the cycle of conflict around the environment into constructive action? This city knows.
5
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
FIND MBA: Seb Murray

The world has changed. How is the MBA changing with it?
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