~ May 9, 2019  ~
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?
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Network for Business Sustainability: Danny Miller, Nancy McGaw, Mary Gentile

If traditional MBA training narrows perspectives in ways that can undermine long-term performance, how can we encourage a "broader, deeper sort of decision-making"?
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Forbes: Steve Denning

Who was right, Peter Drucker or Milton Friedman, and what does the answer mean for corporate incentives and the potential for widespread prosperity?
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When companies drop the ball on socially-important innovations, who should pick it up?
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"If we switch ownership back to the manufacturer, magic happens": How can packaging be a solution, rather than a problem?
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Environmental news is grim, but does it have to be? How can business and government turn the risk of disaster into potential opportunity?
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