Ideas Worth Teaching
~ January 24, 2019  ~
The Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship at MIT: Iqbal Quadir, Nicholas P. Sullivan

This entrepreneur turned a social problem into a business opportunity. Under what conditions can private-sector innovations succeed where public infrastructure efforts fall short?
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When profits meet purpose: "What does it look like when a company sets a direction that creates social value... and then, truly lives by it?"
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Bloomberg: Christopher Flavelle

What elements of climate change will hit business hardest, and are there opportunities to meet new consumer needs amid the risks?
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The Christian Science Monitor: Mark Trumbull

Politics aside, is it ever ethical to require employees to work without pay?
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The Undefeated: Michael A. Fletcher

Will closing the gap between prisoners and the outside world help both?
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BusinessBecause: Seb Murray

Applications to US B-schools are dropping. How could this shift remake the future of the MBA?
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