Ideas Worth Teaching
~ September 27, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
LearningEdge at MIT Sloan: John Minahan, Cate Reavis

When the real world isn't as cut-and-dried as expected, how should this investment advisor balance conflicting risks and responsibilities?
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Volans: Lorraine Smith, Richard Roberts

The upside of carbon: How can businesses turn carbon from an existential risk into a global opportunity?
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Inside Higher Ed: Loni Bordoloi Pazich

Pushing the boundaries: How can we reshape the curriculum to partner business with liberal education, while enriching both?
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Aeon: Mark R. Reiff

Is this proposal ridiculous or genius? Why, and how would you calculate compensation to reduce inequality?
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Business Insider: Richard Feloni

Income inequality and other power asymmetries are the result of deliberate policy decisions. How can we hold capitalism, and ourselves, to a higher standard?
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Stanford Social Innovation Review: Rachelle Sampson, Witold Henisz

How can business schools integrate a longer-term approach without upending the curriculum? Start by asking these six questions.
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