Ideas Worth Teaching
~ April 12, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
Torn between personal ethics and corporate actions, how should this new COO handle a potentially explosive situation with a star employee?
-- 1 --
Will we build a future of stretched-thin gig workers or an empowered independent workforce?
-- 2 --
FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
Quartz at Work: Judith Samuelson

Companies are giving less power to investors. Who should they listen to instead?
-- 3 --
BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
Evonomics: Jag Bhalla, Robert H. Frank

Why does America's free market approach lead to inefficient results in arenas like health care, and can adding a dose of realism help compensate?
FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
YES! Magazine: Joseph Blasi, Douglas L. Kruse

When inequality undermines the market: Have young people lost faith in capitalism because it is no longer seen as fair?
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FUTURE OF WORK
The American Prospect: Steven Greenhouse

Building the high road: How can communities, corporations, and local governments work together to bring good manufacturing jobs back to the U.S.?
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