Ideas Worth Teaching
~ May 17, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
oikos: Silke Bucher, Urs J├Ąger, Andrea M. Prado

This doctor is working to address the health care needs of the poor, but what will it take to scale the organization's impact?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
The Aspen Institute: Andrew J. Hoffman

Future business leaders will direct some of the most powerful forces on earth. How can the MBA curriculum reflect the responsibility that comes with that power?
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Short-term pressures can undermine long-term value creation. Is it time for companies to flip the script and demand more of their investors?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
The New Republic: John Benjamin

Does the predominant business school worldview make it harder to address social and economic challenges? One student's perspective from inside the MBA.
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
The Boston Globe: Nicole DeFeudis

How are business schools leading when it comes to educating MBAs about front-line workers and company success?
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LEADERSHIP
LinkedIn: Jeff Weiner

How can "empathy plus action" help build competitive advantage while avoiding unintended consequences?
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