Ideas Worth Teaching
~ November 15, 2018  ~
University of Michigan: Gerald F. Davis, Chris White

How can innovators create positive impacts without express authority? This course provides tools for driving change from inside organizations while advancing core business objectives.
(An Ideas Worth Teaching Award winner!)

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"If you apply what makes you successful in business and you apply it to a social realm where you can really add value, you actually do much more good..." Is a "narrow and deep" focus key to company success when it comes to important social issues like employing vets?
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The Atlantic: Alexis C. Madrigal

If climate change is "a classic collective action problem in response to overexploitation of a global commons," how can business respond to the new needs of customers while supporting the greater good?
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There is broad agreement around the need to clean up the internet, but how do we protect those who have to wade through the muck?
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The Conversation: Bhaskar Chakravorti

Identify problems, innovate solutions, and profit: Can tech companies contribute to society by doing what they do best?
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Fast Company: Eillie Anzilotti

Can worker-owned cooperatives tackle the dual challenges of aging entrepreneurs and shared prosperity?
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