Ideas Worth Teaching
~ July 5, 2018  ~
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
Harvard Business School

Interested in bringing participant-centered learning into the classroom? This free video series is here to help with strategies, examples, techniques, and more.
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PURPOSE OF THE CORPORATION
Fast Company: Rick Wartzman

As business moves beyond the singular focus on shareholder return, what would a bolder view of corporate purpose look like?
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GRAND CHALLENGES
The Guardian: Sam Pizzigati

Up for debate: When it comes to addressing inequality, why not go where the money is?
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What role should corporations play when it comes to soft power and global influence?
FUTURE OF WORK
Data & Society: Julia Ticona, Alexandra Mateescu, Alex Rosenblat

Beyond Uber: How will digital platforms reshape the dynamics of legacy industries like domestic work?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
MIT Spectrum: Kathryn M. O'Neill

How can companies and jobs increase resilience to build a better America? This course asks students to challenge their assumptions in an effort to bridge America's economic, cultural, social and spatial divides.
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