~ March 4, 2021 ~
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
Ivey Publishing: Alison Konrad, Kanina Blanchard, Karen MacMillan

Discussing difficult or controversial topics is challenging, particularly in business schools and professional settings. This free case presents students with a series of role-play examples that encourage more productive conversations around gender, race, diversity/inclusion, and more. (also see Part BTeaching Note, and video series)
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
Poets&Quants: Marc Ethier, Andrew Hoffman

A leading professor tackles a critical B-school question: What aren't MBAs taught about being good stewards of the market?
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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Forbes: Michael Peregrine

"It's the smart ethics play, and it's also the smart business play." How can we diversify the C-suite, and what are the risks if we don't?

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INNOVATION
CSMonitor: Maria Cheng, Lori Hinnant

"People are literally dying because we cannot agree on intellectual property rights": Taxpayers invested billions to develop these vaccines; who should control them?
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
Grist: Emily Pontecorvo

"Coal is on the tip of the spear": How can communities, businesses, and governments better prepare for the transition to a more sustainable economy? (also see What Biden's Sustainability Agenda Means for Business and Stockton's Basic-Income Experiment Pays Off)
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BUSINESS ETHICS
DealBook: Andrew Ross Sorkin

Will advertising be the Achilles heel of the gun industry?
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