~ October 29, 2020 ~
Spotlight
LEADERSHIP
The HOW Institute for Society: Dov Seidman

Making organizations work: What is moral leadership, why do we need it, and how can we displace short-termism with a new path?
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GRAND CHALLENGES
strategy+business: Amy Emmert

What is the connection between empathy, innovation, and organizational success? (also see Your Success Depends On How Compassionate You Are)
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BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
Issues in Science and Technology: David Sainsbury

Market efficiency is only one part of the growth and innovation puzzle; what's the rest? (also see Throw Out Your Economics Textbooks and In the Realm of the Barely Feasible)
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LEADERSHIP
The Atlantic: Conor Friedersdorf

From mailroom to boardroom, when should you speak out? (also see The Social Voice of CEOs and Corporate America is Breaking with Donald Trump)
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"At a time of regulatory change, doing the minimum is a dangerous strategy." What can businesses do to transform future challenges into opportunities? (also see The Business Case for a United Nations Treaty on Plastic Pollution)
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How can schools "provide the complete education that students need by combining the strengths of their liberal arts programs with focused training in business skills"? (also see MBA Program Applications Are Up Amid Coronavirus Pandemic)
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