~ March 28, 2019  ~
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The Guardian: Beth Gardiner

"The diesel cheating scandal is in some sense a failure of innovation": How did the push toward diesel, corporate law-breaking, and government failures lead to Dieselgate? And how could embracing the risk of new, more sustainable technologies lead to better outcomes in the future?
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The Atlantic: Ezekiel J. Emanuel

Companies argue that high prices drive innovation, but the numbers tell a different story. How can the pharmaceutical industry balance financially-sustainable decisions with the broader health of society?
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Columbia Business School: Stephen Kurczy

Dragons, duels, quests and... management takeaways? What lessons can fiction teach about the realities of leadership?
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Harvard Business School Online: Matt Gavin

What is purpose, and how does it impact performance? Rebecca Henderson's linked video lecture discusses the why of purpose, new research into its impact on workers and employers, with real-world examples from companies like Toyota, Southwest Airlines, and Nordstrom.
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Grist: Eric Holthaus

Climate change is a key force transforming our economy. Is it time to update our economic tools in order to meet the challenges of this "intergenerational and international market failure"?
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WIRED: Alex W. Palmer

Robocalls may be the "least punished crime in the country." How does the system work, who is behind it and can they be stopped?
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