~ June 6, 2019  ~
Spotlight On Teaching
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Melissa Bradley

How will peer-to-peer business models influence the future of work, and what are the pitfalls and opportunities in this new business landscape? In her course Peer-to-Peer Economies, Georgetown University professor Melissa Bradley introduces next-generation business leaders to sophisticated thinking on this emerging topic.
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How does helping students cope with option overload lead to better career choices?
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OZY: Kimberly Adams

Short-term thinking undermines long-term success. How can companies move away from quarterly while maintaining transparency?
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If we want to tackle inequality, what's the best strategy to help low-income and middle class workers while changing lives "sooner rather than later"? (also see Economic Dignity and Workers Paid by the Hour Are 'Always Going to Fall Behind')
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Forbes: Willy Foote

What happens when leaders let go of the status quo and trust their team? Often, everyone wins.
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Shopping's "last mile" is typically the most carbon intensive. So which method is more sustainable, in theory and in practice?
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