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Sistema Ser: Scaling Private Health Care for the Base of the Pyramid
oikos: Silke Bucher, Urs Jäger, 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?
Repurposing Management Education to Serve Society
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?
Elon Musk Doesn't Seem to Care about Investor Conference Calls-and He Shouldn't
Quartz: Judith Samuelson
Short-term pressures can undermine long-term value creation. Is it time for companies to flip the script and demand more of their investors?
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.
Students Push for Labor in MBA Programs
The Boston Globe: Nicole DeFeudis
How are business schools leading when it comes to educating MBAs about front-line workers and company success?
LinkedIn: Jeff Weiner
How can "empathy plus action" help build competitive advantage while avoiding unintended consequences?
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