Ideas Worth Teaching
~ August 2, 2018  ~
Ten of Our Most Popular Features!
Ideas Worth Teaching is on sabbatical until August 30, when we'll return with exciting new resources for our readers. We're signing off for now with a special edition celebrating you, our community, with the top ten most-read IWT pieces of 2018 so far. Enjoy, and see you soon!
Journal of Business Cases and Applications: Jillian Ruth Yarbrough

This company is honest about the danger of its brand to customer health. Does that make it okay?
Stanford Closer Look Series: David F. Larcker, Brian Tayan

How important is leadership when it comes to influencing behavior in an organization? Is culture bottom up, or top down?
The University of Chicago: Jacob D. Hartmann

Do copyright extensions protect intellectual property or undermine innovation? Is it time to "free Mickey"?
MIT Sloan Management Review: R. Edward Freeman, Heather Elms

Is "value creation for real people" the key to building better products, communities and companies?
Poets&Quants: Marc Ethier

This unassuming elective can have significant and lasting impact on business students. How does it work, and are its lessons portable?
Harvard Business Review: Scott DeRue

Experiential learning and other lessons from the leading edge: How are MBA programs embracing the future of business education?
BusinessBecause: Thomas Nugent

How can schools adapt to the trends shaping business education? Or is the MBA dead?
Forbes: Steve Denning

Up for debate: Are business schools teaching for management's past, not its future?
The New York Times: David Shimer

How did this professor hit the sweet spot between popularity and depth? By helping students make real personal and organizational change.
Chicago Booth Review: Luigi Zingales, Kate Waldock, Duff McDonald

Should MBA programs be obligated to produce business leaders who are both effective and socially aware?
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