Ideas Worth Teaching
~ September 28, 2017  ~
-- Case Study --
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
HEC Montréal, CHUM: Anna Kim, Cécilia Renaud

Can one of North America's oldest fair-trade organizations regain financial stability while continuing to pursue their social mission?
-- 1 --
FUTURE OF WORK
1843: Bill Ridgers

In the face of rising costs, declining enrollments and competition, does the MBA still make sense?
-- 2 --
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Rice Business Wisdom: Jennifer Latson

What are the consequences of corporate behavior during disasters?
-- 3 --
GRAND CHALLENGES
WIRED: Jessi Hempel

When it comes to changing difficult workplace dynamics, is there more than one way to succeed?
FUTURE OF WORK
Bloomberg: Dan Murtaugh

Should industries bear responsibility for the communities they leave behind?
-- 5 --
INNOVATION
PYXERA Global: Philip Mirvis, Bradley K. Googins

What does it mean for a company to move from corporate social responsibility to corporate social innovation?
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