~ January 6, 2020  ~
Spotlight On Teaching
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Matthew J. Slaughter

"The world is keen for wise, decisive leaders who can better the world through business." What do MBA students need to learn in order to make the best of the leadership opportunities inherent in a time of social, economic and political flux? Tuck's Matthew J. Slaughter discusses this and more in our in-depth interview on his award-winning course, Leadership in the Global Economy.
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The Atlantic: Ed Yong

"And there will be a next epidemic." What does this virus teach us about managing the social and economic challenges of future crises? (also see Coronavirus Hits Home for Business Schools)
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Forbes: Ruth Umoh, Brianne Garrett

How is the history of American capitalism also the story of black innovation?
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The New Yorker: John Cassidy

If it's time to rethink the orthodoxy of growth, how do we balance sustainability, development and consumption?
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"Google isn't gathering all of that information just to be helpful." The ad was a success for the company, but what does it say about the direction of innovation?
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Quartz at Work: Michelle Cheng

International enrollments are down and business schools are looking for ways to catch up. What does a STEM designation do for both management education and the world of business?
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