~ November 12, 2020 ~
Spotlight
BUSINESS ETHICS
YouTube: Gianpiero Petriglieri

What do we lose when we put leaders on a pedestal, and how would both business and society benefit by re-humanizing leadership education? (also see The Nietzsche School of Management)
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
BizEd Magazine: Steven H. Cady

Enquiring minds want to know: What elements are essential to good distance learning? (also see Teaching in the Zoomiverse)
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FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
Chief Executive: C.J. Prince

"I love democratic capitalism, I really do. But we've got a real problem." What broke capitalism, and how do we fix it?
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GRAND CHALLENGES
Vox: Ezra Klein, Zach Carter

"My read of Keynes is that this is an incredibly potent time for the mobilization of national economic resources tied to a public purpose." What role should values play in economic policy?
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When is it acceptable to sacrifice customer well-being for the benefit of the company?
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
Corporate Knights: Jennifer Lewington

"Sustainability should be a horizontal component found in each vertical [course topic]." How can business schools do more to take the lead on global challenges? (also see Sustainability-dedicated MBAs Still the Exception and 2020 Better World MBA Ranking Results)
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