~ October 3, 2019  ~
Spotlight On Teaching
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Patrick McHugh

Issues, strategy, and mechanisms for action: How do "new" and "old" versions of employee activism differ? Patrick McHugh of George Washington University delves into this and other key issues from his award-winning class, "Human Capital Sustainability."
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
BusinessBecause: Seb Murray

Are business schools facing a generational shift? What does the next generation of future leaders want?
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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Directors & Boards: David Ciepley

"No rational person, sitting down to design a governance structure for the modern corporation, would come up with the system we have." What are the alternatives?
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Legally, ethically, practically: What are our obligations to the future?
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FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
The New Republic: Christopher F. Jones

Modern theories of growth assumed that the natural world did not matter. Can economics be rewritten to better address today's challenges?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
strategy+business: Daniel Gross

Lessons from one of Yale's most popular classes: What makes people happy, and how can leaders structure work in ways that benefit both employers and employees?
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