Ideas Worth Teaching
~ May 3, 2018  ~
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BUSINESS ETHICS
Journal of Business Cases and Applications: Yetunde H. Orimoloye, Nathan K. Austin, Phyllis Y. Keys

An organization brings in an independent auditor as part of a strategy revamp, and discovers employee fraud. What should be done, and how was it missed?
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FUTURE OF WORK
The Boston Globe: Jeremy Avins, Megan Larcom, Jenny Weissbourd

Frontline workers are more than just "dehumanized inputs." How can business schools do more to help future managers and their employees succeed together?
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TALENT MANAGEMENT
The Conversation: Elizabeth C. Tippett

How can companies negotiate the line between legally-allowed behaviors, "commonsense" understandings of harassment, and potential liability?
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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
The New York Times: Andrew Ross Sorkin

How should CEOs weigh consumer expectations against potential risks when it comes to taking a stand on social issues?
As shortages hit skilled trades, is it time to rethink "the march to bachelor's degrees," or will innovation and automation lead employers to look for hires with softer skills? Or both?
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
ProPublica: Ken Ward Jr.

Should business and government help local economies prepare for life after natural gas, or will it be coal all over again?
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