~ April 25, 2019  ~
Stanford Social Innovation Review: Clayton M. Christensen, Efosa Ojomo, Karen Dillon

How a company establishes itself in an economy can have significant impacts on society. What did this company do right and could that approach translate elsewhere?
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BizEd Magazine: Chris Allison

There's more to "doing business" than technical skills. How can business schools benefit by making more room for the liberal arts?
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Popular Mechanics: Avery Thompson

Social, economic and environmental problems all pose big challenges. What does this example of scientific cooperation teach us about building potential solutions?
from Fordham with Babson, Northwestern, Franklin and Marshall

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The New York Times: Amory B. Lovins, Rushad R. Nanavatty

How could public policy help steer "America's immensely powerful and creative economic engine" toward a more sustainable economy?
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Fast Company: S. A. Applin

Forget dollars, does the ascendancy of algorithms and data over human agency make sense?
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What is the key to leadership development and employee empowerment, and can it be boiled down to one catchy acronym?
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