~ December 21, 2017
The Best of 2017:
Ten of Our Most Popular Features
Ideas Worth Teaching will be on vacation until the New Year. Before we go, we offer ten of our most popular Ideas from 2017. Happy holidays!
I Never Thought I Would End Up In Prison: White Collar Dilemmas
Journal of Business Case Studies: Stephen B. Castleberry
No one intends to go to prison. What can students learn from those who did?
Google's Handling of the Ethics Chamber Manifesto
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics: Sara Tangdall
Do companies have the ethical right to fire employees whose beliefs run counter to corporate culture?
Uber and the Ethics of Sharing: Exploring the Societal Promises and Responsibilities of the Sharing Economy
INSEAD: Erin McCormick
Is the sharing economy a path to workplace democratization or a way to pass the buck when it comes to accountability?
Rethinking the Harvard Business School Case Method of Teaching
New History of Management: Todd Bridgman, Stephen Cummings, Colm McLaughlin
How has society's pursuit of profit become divorced from the consideration of values? Can this new approach to the case method help?
Management Theory Is Becoming A Compendium Of Dead Ideas
Is current management theory at odds with business realities, and how should potential reformers respond?
Why It's So Hard to Train Someone to Make an Ethical Decision
Harvard Business Review: Eugene Soltes
How can classroom exercises better simulate real-world decision making?
In Age Of Alternative Facts, A Scholarly Course On Calling Out Crap
STAT: Usha Lee McFarling
Is this NSFW course on critical thinking a new requirement for modern life?
What's The Point Of An Ethics Course?
The Conversation: Cassandra Burke Robertson
In politics or business, the question remains: does ethics training work?
The Best MBA Programs For Social Impact
Poets & Quants: Gregory Yang
After weighing curriculum, sustainability centers, and academic research, which schools make the grade?
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
We Shouldn't Always Need a "Business Case" to Do the Right Thing
Harvard Business Review: Alison Taylor
Want to convince companies to do the right thing? A business case may not be the best argument.
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