Ideas Worth Teaching
~ December 13, 2018  ~
-- Case Study --
ICFAI Business School: Syeda Maseeha Qumer, Geeta Singh

How can this company meet its sustainability, social, and workforce challenges while providing long-run opportunities and stability?
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PRiMEtime: Giselle Weybrecht

What do students really think about the "how" and "why" of responsibility in management education?
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The New Republic: Josephine Livingstone

What does it take for innovators to retain their identity, authenticity, and preferred funding model in a system designed for something else entirely?
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Civil Eats: Twilight Greenaway

Costco is known for its wages and worker satisfaction, but can the company maintain those standards while moving to own entire production systems?
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A sustainability-focused New Deal could be our next moon shot. How could government incentivize business to make this "massive system upgrade for the economy" a reality?
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Zócalo Public Square: Maribel Morey

Can market relationships "take on the compassionate perspectives of their participants-and thus tame the negative consequences" of the modern economy? And is that enough to build a more "wonderful life"?
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