Ideas Worth Teaching
~ February 22, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
Journal of Business Cases and Applications: Jillian Ruth Yarbrough

This company is honest about the danger of its brand to customer health. Does that make it okay?
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The New York Times: Andrew Ross Sorkin

Should banks restrict the purchase of guns or other controversial items, even if those sales are legal?
-- 2 --
Politico: Derek Robertson

How are societal shifts influencing business decisions about products and directions?
-- 3 --
Harvard Business Review: Scott DeRue

Experiential learning and other lessons from the leading edge: How are MBA programs embracing the future of business education?
When it comes to predicting the interaction of technology and society, how is fiction a useful testing ground?
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The Atlantic: Theodore Roosevelt

Teddy Roosevelt wrote this essay in 1894. Is "a positive duty to the community" still an integral part of a university education?
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