~ November 7, 2019  ~
Spotlight On Teaching
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Talia Aharoni

How can business leaders adapt global concepts like corporate responsibility to the cultural, historical, political and geographic characteristics of a new region? Tel-Aviv University's Talia Aharoni discusses this and more in her award-winning course, Issues in CSR.
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CNN: Rosabeth Moss Kanter

"This is not market capitalism. It is corporate kleptocracy." How should the WeWork case inspire changes in compensation and accountability?
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The Economist

Business schools face "a reckoning of the MBA value proposition." How can management education tackle format, cost and relevance challenges and come out the better for it?
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LinkedIn: Ray Dalio

Dalio argues that "the system of making capitalism work well for most people is broken" and a paradigm shift is near. How do we work to make that shift as fair and sustainable as possible?
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The New Yorker: Louisa Thomas

When short-term strategies backfire: Where did these companies go wrong (and how can others avoid killing the goose that lays the golden egg)?
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The Atlantic: Adam Grant, Allison Sweet Grant

Would the same apply if we replaced "kids" with "companies"?
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