Ideas Worth Teaching
~ January 17, 2019  ~
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Rutgers Business Review: Elizabeth Napier, Francesca Sanguineti

Fast fashion relies on artificially-created demand. How can clothing companies shift from "slashing and burning" to more sustainable strategies?
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How can we prioritize the future well-being of society, and ourselves, over the "small here" and the "short now"?
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The Guardian: Megan Mayhew Bergman

"We need to give up on throwing rocks": How can unexpected allies bridge their differences to save what they love?
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Aeon: Nicolai Foss, Peter Klein

Which are better at helping companies navigate dynamic environments, flat hierarchies or good managers?
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The New York Times: David Brooks

Can rebuilding "norms around loyalty, cooperation, honesty, equality, fairness and compassion" repair the covenant between business and society?
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Poets & Quants: John A. Byrne

Online courses can help student education and careers, but can they also hurt more traditional MBA programs?
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