~ September 12, 2019  ~
People + Strategy: Mary Gentile (guest editor)

How can we do more to bring our values to work and help others do the same? This collection brings together thought leaders from a range of industries to discuss the challenges and opportunities inherent in giving voice to values.
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The Atlantic: Brad Smith, Carol Ann Browne

"While we need to move fast, we also need to put some guardrails on our technology." What role should regulation play in balancing business innovation with societal responsibilities?
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The Guardian: Cassandra Coburn

If a company saves a forest, does it matter if it makes a sound?
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BizEd Magazine: David Bach

The ideas taught in business-school classrooms have helped shape our world. What steps can schools take to explore big challenges and champion models of "inclusive and sustainable growth" for the future?
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Quartz at Work: Alison Taylor

Top down or bottom up: How does employee participation alter the dynamics of corporate activism?
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CNN: Larry Merlo

How can firms use social advocacy as a competitive advantage? Notes from a company who took the leap.
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