Ideas Worth Teaching
~ June 14, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Stanford Closer Look Series: David F. Larcker, Brian Tayan

How important is leadership when it comes to influencing behavior in an organization? Is culture bottom up, or top down?
-- 1 --
How can managers be insulated from short-term pressures without sacrificing transparency and accountability?
-- 2 --
SUSTAINABILITY
The New Republic: Sean Patrick Cooper

Established buffer zones won't be enough. How is climate change forcing business and government to rethink where and how to build?
-- 3 --
The good in globalization: When does a global standard become a race to the top?
SUSTAINABILITY
The New York Times: Eliza Griswold

What does energy really cost, and who should pay?
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"Is this heresy or just good business?" Or both?
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