~ June 13, 2019  ~
Yale School of Management: Jaan Elias

As featured in the 2019 Aspen International MBA Case Competition: Faced with a steep reduction in revenue, how can this award-winning entity reorganize while maintaining its commitment to innovation and sustainable development?
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Forbes: John Byrne

What are MBA rankings worth, and are they measuring what really matters?
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The Atlantic: Nick Hanauer

"We have confused a symptom--educational inequality--with the underlying disease: economic inequality." If we've misidentified the problem, how does that change the solution?
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Are companies more likely to police problematic content if they have skin in the game?
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The Conversation: Scott Shackelford

Beyond public and private: What does a Nobel-prize winning economist know about aligning corporate self-regulation with the public interest?
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Financial Times: Janina Conboye

If "leadership is a performance art," what can adding music and other arts to business education teach students about leading others?
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