Ideas Worth Teaching
~ March 22, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
Harvard Business School: George Serafeim, David Freiberg

How can JetBlue move sustainability beyond risk mitigation to drive industry change?
-- 1 --
Reuters: Salvador Rodriguez, David Ingram, Douglas Busvine

That fine print may not be fine. How should Facebook reshape its business model to reflect escalating privacy concerns?
-- 2 --
Fast Company: Adele Peters

Are income-based fees discriminatory, or an effective way to counter economic inequality?
-- 3 --
Are today's economic, social, and political systems better equipped to address the kinds of challenges that helped bring down Rome?
Yale Center for Business and the Environment: Alex Buerkle, Kylee Chang, Max Storto

What do investors need to know to both promote and benefit from the social, environmental, and profit potential of B Corps?
-- 5 --
Calgary Herald: Deborah Yedlin

How can business students be better equipped for challenges like short-termism, ethics, sustainability, and technological disruption?
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