~ May 7, 2020  ~
We want to recognize great teaching! The Ideas Worth Teaching Awards spotlight faculty doing groundbreaking work even in difficult times. The deadline for nominations is May 8, 2020. Learn more and nominate here!
University of Michigan: Monica Worline

How can we prepare for a more positive future? This free course spotlights ways to thrive even in challenging times, with discussion and ideas for action from experts at the Center for Positive Organization at the Ross School of Business. (also see our collection on The Coronavirus and Business Education: Resources for Teaching)
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Fast Company: Ainsley Harris

How can leaders navigate the tensions between a company's business model and its ideals?
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The Conversation: Timothy D. Lytton

Potential litigation as behavioral nudge: How does the threat of legal action influence business conduct?
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Want to make a positive change? Here's how not to get distracted by what doesn't matter. (also see To Achieve Sustainability, We Need to Go Upstream in the Design Process)
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Bloomberg Businessweek: Barry Ritholtz

"If we want to restart the engine that made this nation a superpower, we need to do something big." How can we do more than treat the symptoms of the current economic crisis? (short on time? see Go Big TL;DR version)
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The New Yorker: Kim Stanley Robinson

"What felt impossible has become thinkable." How could a new approach to capitalism help tackle both Covid-19 and the climate crisis? (also see We Aren't Selfish After All)
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