~ April 18, 2019  ~
-- Case Study --
CBS Case Competition

"Current water management solutions are unsustainable." One company asks students for help: What strategy should Grundfos use to sustainably grow its business?
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HEC Paris: Bénédicte Faivre-Tavignot

What new teaching tools and techniques are needed to more effectively incorporate social and sustainable development into the business curriculum?
-- 2 --
Fast Company: Eillie Anzilotti

Is our current way of doing business "fundamentally flawed"? What are the essential elements of a non-traditional playbook for leadership?
-- 3 --
WIRED: Nicholas Thompson, Fred Vogelstein

Social media giants are under fire for exploiting their users. What will it take for them to do better?
-- 4 --
The Atlantic: Frank Partnoy

When does a technological breakthrough become an unfair advantage?
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"It's a fiduciary issue." It's time to quantify climate-related impacts on returns and work toward the best possible outcomes. In practical terms, what does that mean?
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