~ October 31, 2019  ~
HEC Paris

This school is working toward a more inclusive and sustainable future for business education. What has that meant for both students and teachers, and are those lessons transferrable?
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Do you live up to community standards? And whether you are a homeowner or a business, what's the key to customer satisfaction?
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Climate and other disasters will require new strategies. How can we build fairer and more resilient systems?
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Institutional Investor: Nathan Yates

Why do some companies hesitate to hire diverse candidates, and what are they missing when they do? (also see Can Virtual Reality Teach Executives What It Feels Like to Be Excluded? and The Business Case for More Diversity)
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The New Republic: Micah Hauser

"Apple doesn't own the letter A": Unlike words, you can't just invent a new emoji. How do corporate and other interventions influence what's possible in digital conversation?
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Climate Leadership Conference: Andrew J. Hoffman

If "climate change is not an environmental issue; it's a system failure," how does that influence potential solutions?
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