Ideas Worth Teaching
~ April 5, 2018  ~
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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Copenhagen Business School: Torben Andersen, Christine Bang Andersen

Like many companies, BP has become increasingly vocal about its commitment to responsible behavior. But what will it take to bridge the gap between aspiration and action?
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FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
Stanford Social Innovation Review: Andrew J. Hoffman

Nudging existing markets isn't enough. How can capitalism evolve to meet the needs of a more sustainable future?
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FUTURE OF WORK
LinkedIn: Andrew Yang

Automation is good for business. How can it be good for society, too?
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PURPOSE OF THE CORPORATION
Fast Company: Patrick Cook-Deegan, Kendall Cotton Bronk

When it comes to shaping business goals, how do leaders benefit from separating "what" from "why"?
BUSINESS ETHICS
The Conversation: Christian B. Miller

People are often motivated to cheat. What does it take to keep them honest?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
Portland Business Journal: Anne Ruybalid

"What is the intellectual purpose and social utility of a business degree?" This business school director has the answer.
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