~ June 20, 2019  ~
Many of the issues facing the world today are messy and "values laden." How can management scholars help further debate and action through constructive engagement?
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Forbes: Grace Kay

When competing for a shrinking pool of applicants, do MBA programs benefit from emphasizing the technical dimensions of business education? What might educators be sacrificing?
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How can adopting sustainable strategies help business improve financial rewards, competitive advantage and stakeholder trust?
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The Bulwark: Richard North Patterson

"Today, it takes little imagination to see a new Gilded Age emerging." What social, business and policy shifts are needed to build a fairer, more modern capitalism?
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Cheddar: Carlo Versano, Tanaya Macheel

Will Facebook's new cryptocurrency benefit the poor, undermine central banks, or something in between? (for more details, see this TechCrunch explainer)
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The Next Web: John Murray

When good tech goes bad, who should take the blame?
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