Ideas Worth Teaching
~ July 25, 2019  ~
Ten of Our Most Popular Features!
Ideas Worth Teaching is on sabbatical until August 29th, when we'll return with exciting new material. Until then, enjoy this special summary edition celebrating some of your favorite items, with ten of the most-read IWT pieces so far this year!
MIT Sloan Management Review: R. Edward Freeman, Bidhan (Bobby) L. Parmar

What role should fairness play in transactions, and how can responsible companies integrate the business and ethics cases?
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program

Looking for ways to engage students around climate change, innovative approaches to teaching the future of work, or wondering how to use YouTube for serious pedagogy? Chances are, we've got you covered! Browse these ideas and more in our gallery of interviews with a diverse collection of outstanding educators.
Arthur W. Page Society: Natalia Sowa, Neena Lecher, Alexa Ohm, Emma Finkbeiner, Matt Ragas

Will future business success be determined by the long-term balance between profits and corporate character? What does that mean for companies facing a merger?
Poets & Quants: John A. Byrne

Online courses can help student education and careers, but can they also hurt more traditional MBA programs?
What are the benefits, and pitfalls, of online business school programs?
How does helping students cope with option overload lead to better career choices?
Poets & Quants: Nathan Allen

What makes a business school good, and is that what we're measuring?
Harvard Business Review: David M. Mayer, Madeline Ong, Scott Sonenshein, Susan J. Ashford

You want to make change from the inside. What's the best way to persuade your managers to act on social issues?
The Globe and Mail: Jennifer Lewington

Pressure is mounting on business schools to bring a holistic approach to management education. How should business schools respond?

Given that markets are not genuinely free and fair, how should managers balance obligations to investors with obligations to other stakeholders and society? And how to discuss this with students?
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