Ideas Worth Teaching
October 19, 2017  ~
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New York University: Tensie Whelan, Bruno Zappa, Nemanja Babic

Can businesses justify sustainable practices in a world of short-term pressures? This analysis of the Brazilian beef industry shows how. (see related article at HBR)
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ProMarket: Oliver Hart, Luigi Zingales

What if companies maximized shareholder welfare, not value?
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The Global Citizen In International Business Education: Long S. Le

Real-world challenges will require future leaders to solve ill-structured problems. Is it time to redesign the learning environment accordingly?
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Hollywood is the tip of the iceberg: what's the state of sexual harassment in the workplace, and how can companies tackle the problem?
Corporate Knights: Giselle Weybrecht

How can business schools teach students to be creative, effective, sustainable, and collaborative leaders?
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Technology excels at finding answers, but are we asking the right questions?
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