Ideas Worth Teaching
~ September 6, 2018  ~
New Special Feature!
We're expanding Ideas Worth Teaching to include a new feature at the start of each month. In the "Spotlight on Teaching," we offer an in-depth look at how an academic has implemented transformative teaching. Check out the first of these exclusive interviews below!
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Nick McGuigan

How do you revolutionize risk-averse fields like accounting? A sense of humor doesn't hurt.
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Chicago Booth Review: Alina Dizik

What will it take to align "rational" with "good" when it comes to corporate decision-making?
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The Atlantic: Annie Lowrey

How has rising market concentration influenced producers, workers, and consumers? Is it business as usual or a call to action?
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Bloomberg: Sarah Halzack

What does Nike's risky new campaign say about the future of business and culture?
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The Philadelphia Citizen: Jay Coen Gilbert

Building the future: Are B Corps key to "a shared and durable prosperity" or rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic?
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Stanford Social Innovation Review: Andrew J. Hoffman

Building "the whole manager": How can business schools reform their curriculum to better meet twenty-first century demands?
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