Ideas Worth Teaching
~ September 20, 2018  ~
Harvard Business School: Rebecca Henderson, George Serafeim

This class examines capitalism as an evolving system. What could the next iteration mean for the environment, society, and for students' careers?
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"In a world of growing inequality and trade-offs between the haves and the have-nots, how will the change take place? Who leads?"
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Do the predictions we make about the future of business influence how we shape it?
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What will it take to incorporate automation while building a more inclusive future? First, talk to workers.
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How can we address issues of bias and systemic inequality at work? This leader is starting with himself.
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BizEd Magazine: Robert S. Fleming

From climate change to terrorism, potential catastrophes abound. How can business schools prepare students to lead in challenging times?
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