Ideas Worth Teaching
~ June 7, 2018  ~
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program

How can we move beyond the binary of "career preparation" or "critical thinking" when considering the purpose of college? This collection blends exemplary syllabi with step-by-step strategies for educators.
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SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
The European Sting: Katherine Milligan

Society's problems are big and social entrepreneurs often feel small. How can individuals influence large-scale systems?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
Honi Soit: Jacinta Keast

What is the prevailing "philosophy of commerce"? Should business students be required to critique the foundations of their own discipline?
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GRAND CHALLENGES
Economic Innovation Group

Who actually recovered from the Great Recession, and how can businesses help, rather than undermine, communities yet to benefit?
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
Forbes: Steve Denning

Up for debate: Are business schools teaching for management's past, not its future?
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SUSTAINABILITY
Hakai Magazine: Ben Goldfarb

When is privatization the best way to save a natural resource, and who gets to decide?
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