Ideas Worth Teaching
~ November 29, 2018  ~
SUSTAINABILITY
Baruch College: Cynthia A. Thompson

A "melting iceberg" can come in many forms. Pick an organization and ask: what are its sustainability-related challenges, who could implement relevant change, and how? (also see the Page Prize course listing for related teaching materials)
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Barra's strategy to help GM will put thousands out of work and hit local communities hard. What could she have done differently?
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
Politico: Joseph Blasi, Maureen Conway

If access to ownership is one key to "opportunity for all," what will it take to make shared prosperity a reality?
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SOCIAL INTRAPRENEURSHIP
Stanford Social Innovation Review: Hester le Roux, Maggie De Pree

Driving change from the inside out: How can businesses unlock the potentially lucrative world of sustainable development?
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GRAND CHALLENGES
80,000 Hours: Robert Wiblin, Howie Lempel

By definition, tackling big problems involves risk. What's the safest way to innovate while still making a difference?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
The Economist: Rolf W├╝stenhagen

How is your school preparing business students to be part of the climate change solution?
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