~ February 1, 2018
BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
Doing Business in Sierra Leone: Graeme Hossie at London Mining (A, B)
Richard Ivey School of Business: Brian C. Pinkham, Ken Mark
This project has the potential for financial and social benefits, but can the company negotiate the challenges of legal, economic and non-market issues?
FUTURE OF WORK
Here's How Workers Would Spend The Corporate Tax Cut -- If They Had A Voice
The Conversation: Thomas Kochan
How would workers build a better economy?
Amazon, JPMorgan And Berkshire Hathaway Team Up To Lower Healthcare Costs For Their Workers - And Maybe Everyone
Los Angeles Times: James F. Peltz, Jim Puzzanghera, Noam N. Levey
Can combined corporate might and a long-term perspective rein in health care costs?
Yale's Most Popular Class Ever: Happiness
The New York Times: David Shimer
How did this professor hit the sweet spot between popularity and depth? By helping students make real personal and organizational change.
The Radium Girls: An Illinois Tragedy
NPR Illinois: Tara McClellan McAndrew
A company and its community turned a blind eye to "the living dead." Could this happen today?
What to Do When It's Your Crisis
The Chronicle of Higher Education: James C. Garland
In higher education and beyond, how should leaders balance ethics and values with risk?
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