Ideas Worth Teaching
~ March 15, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
University of St.Gallen: Anna Ebers Broughel

"Great achievements involve great risk," but can this innovator convince stakeholders, and regulators, to make the leap?
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Bloomberg: Claire Suddath, Rebecca Greenfield

Promoting equality in the workplace has always been a multi-dimensional challenge. What comes next?
-- 2 --
Business Insider: Richard Feloni

If Friedman's free market ideology is failing when it comes to inequality and growth, can a return to Keynesian principles pave the way to a more sustainable economy?
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edX: Thomas Kochan, Barbara Dyer, Zeynep Ton, Lee Dyer, Duanyi Yang, Christina Obolenskaya, Paolo Tomassetti

Do winners require losers? How can employers, workers, industries, and governments shape a new social contract with broad-based benefits?
These women encourage their competitors. Are they right to think that collaboration "is a much stronger marketing strategy"?
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Many organizations have checkered pasts. How can righting those wrongs pave the way to a better future?
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