~ September 19, 2019  ~
TED: Nick Hanauer

"If we truly want a more equitable, more prosperous and more sustainable economy, if we want high-functioning democracies and civil society, we must have a new economics." How can we build a more sustainable and prosperous society?
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strategy+business: Deepa Krishnan

Managers need more than technical skills to make a difference. How can business schools prepare students for meaningful, values-driven careers?
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Amazon and other major corporations have the power to enact change. Are climate walkouts enough to kickstart action?
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The Atlantic: Sidney Fussell

It won't stop there: What are the challenges around "digital phenotyping" and similar uses of public (but not always ethical) data?
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Making change: What shifts when the most important lesson is how to answer the question, "What could you do about that?"
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The Aspen Institute: Claire Preisser

What do today's students need to learn in order to contribute to a future of "inclusive prosperity"?
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