Ideas Worth Teaching
~ October 4, 2018  ~
Spotlight On Teaching
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Jadranka Skorin-Kapov

How can movies like Margin Call help students face tough ethical questions in the workplace (and life)?
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The Washington Post: Steven Pearlstein

Want a fairer, more productive future? Start by tackling these five myths.
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Longreads: Livia Gershon

If growth-at-all-costs doesn't maximize economic and social well-being, what will?
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Knowledge@Wharton: Katherine Milkman, Dolly Chugh

We all have blind spots. How can we do better?
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Harvard Business Review: Leslie K. John

"The surveillance done by businesses may soon surpass that of the 20th century's most invasive security states." Can we encourage businesses to distribute, rather than concentrate, information and power?
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BusinessGreen: James Murray

"The price of inaction is much higher than the price of action..." How can businesses develop "future-proofed" strategies for economic and competitive advantage?
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