~ June 27, 2019  ~
Harvard Business Review: Sarah A. Soule, Davina Drabkin, Lori Mackenzie

Does the portrayal of women and minorities in business cases reflect societal goals? And how can professors navigate potential pitfalls while teaching students to challenge stereotypes?
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The Atlantic: Ellen Cushing

Employees are taking the lead on social issues. Will their companies have to follow?
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strategy+business: Jeffrey Rothfeder

What does capitalism owe to investors, employees, government and society? How should it pay?
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Quartz at Work: Judith Samuelson & Claire Preisser

How can combining the power of business with liberal arts build the capacity to "tackle problems of real consequence"?
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Splinter: Hamilton Nolan

The adjunct system affects both educators and students. Can unions fix what ails college teaching?
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"Many of you may feel powerless: your choices constrained by a world we previous generations built." How can new graduates, and their companies, work for positive social impacts?
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