~ July 11, 2019  ~
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Stanford Graduate School of Business: Debra Schifrin, Jennifer Aaker, Naomi Bagdonas, Leslie Blodgett, David Hornik, Kelly Leonard, Anne Libera

Humor connects us because it is "authentic, it gets to the truth and it cuts through the noise." Is it also the missing ingredient to effective leadership?
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HEC Paris

How can online teaching transform business education? These professors weigh in.
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"For the first time in modern history, automation isn't necessarily good for workers overall." Why not, and how can we shape a more inclusive future?
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How does women's soccer model the significance, and challenges, of the push for equal pay?
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The Washington Post: Peter Whoriskey, Rachel Siegel

A chocolate bar bought in the U.S. is likely the product of child labor. Companies have promised change for decades, but can new programs help?
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The Atlantic: Annika Neklason

Is it time to rethink the fundamental goal of economics?
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