Ideas Worth Teaching
~ January 10, 2019  ~
-- Case Study --
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Deborah Leipziger

For students: How would you make a case for the Greyston approach to your CEO? What steps could make the company's strategy even more effective? (also see related Teaching Note)
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Fast Company: Rob Michalak

How can companies integrate linked prosperity into all facets of business? Why should they try?
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The Verge: Josh Dzieza

Amazon controls almost half of the US online retail market. Who controls Amazon?
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BizEd Magazine: Karthik Kannan

How can business schools prepare students for the "new-collar" economy?
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The New York Times: Dana Goldstein

When tech gentrification comes to town many can't afford to stay. Who should help even the odds, and how?
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BusinessBecause: Thomas Nugent

What topics will dominate, what role will international education play, and oh yes, is the MBA dead?
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