Ideas Worth Teaching
~ October 18, 2018  ~
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ICFAI Business School: Syeda Maseeha Qumer, Debapratim Purkayastha

Global supply chains often come with transparency and ethical pitfalls. What steps can firms take to identify, understand, and resolve problems like modern-day slavery?
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TIME: Julia Stasch, Chris Crane

What will it mean to stop arguing and come together around climate change? Two very different stakeholders weigh in.
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Triple Pundit: Joan Marques

Is it time for business educators to take some of their own entrepreneurial medicine?
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Yale Insights: David Bach

When it comes to taking a public stance on a crisis, how should business weigh potential economic, reputational, and related risks?
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Stanford Social Innovation Review: Jed Emerson

"Concentrated power is not rendered harmless by the good intentions of those who create it." How does rethinking the role of investment change the relationship of capital to individuals, society, and the environment?
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Christian Science Monitor: Mark Trumbull, Eoin O'Carroll

No matter what label they adopt, many young people are looking for something better. How can we shape a new version of capitalism that blunts its sharpest edges?
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