Ideas Worth Teaching
~ July 12, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
University of Canterbury: Michaela Balzarova, Pavel Castka

How can this sustainability-focused firm bring its culture, goals, and products together in a way that satisfies demands on multiple fronts?
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The Guardian: Dan Davies

"If you are looking to the financial system to protect investors, you are going to end up being disappointed." If most white-collar crime works by manipulating institutions, not individuals, how can such crime be stopped?
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Medium: Douglas Rushkoff

What does a popular theme in today's science fiction reveal about the current and future state of digital capitalism?
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The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Jeffrey Nesteruk

"We all live in the same complicated world." How can creative integration of business and the humanities increase legitimacy and relevance for both, while fostering a different way of doing business?
The Roosevelt Institute: Susan R. Holmberg

How can we address economic inequalities in the high-profit, low wage economy? Start with shareholders.
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Up for debate: When it comes to vice, investors sometimes leave money on the table. How should they determine where to draw the line?
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