~ April 2, 2020  ~
Our Ideas Worth Teaching Awards aim to recognize faculty providing the skills and mindsets needed to navigate and thrive even in difficult times. We also know that you've been working overtime, revamping your courses, moving classes online and otherwise wrestling with the new normal.

In recognition of these challenges, we're extending the nomination deadline to May 8, 2020. Learn more and nominate now!
Spotlight On Teaching
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Nicholas McGuigan, Allesandro Ghio, Robert Sroufe, Regina Abrami, Jadranka Skorin-Kapov, Melissa Bradley, Jerry Davis, Sarah Birrell Ivory

What impacts will this crisis have on business and the economy, and how can business education adapt? In the first of a four-part series this month, a selection of our Ideas Worth Teaching Award winners weigh in. (also see our growing collection The Coronavirus and Business Education: Resources for Teaching)
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Harvard Business Review: Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak, Martin Reeves, Paul Swartz

How does "shock geometry" help predict Covid-19's economic impact, and how can economic and policy innovations help shape a more positive outcome? (also see Checks Won't Cut It: Getting COVID-19 Relief To The Most Vulnerable)
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The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program

As we face the prospect of a new recession in 2020, what lessons can we learn from the last global financial crisis? Our new podcast dives deep.
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Fast Company: Sebastian Buck

"What was radical is now the norm": How can we capture the best responses to this crisis to shape business for the future? (also see Judy Samuelson's Covid-19 Is a Chance for Business Leaders to Rework Their Pact with Society)
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Planet Money: Kenny Malone, Karen Duffin

Ventilators are one part of a wicked Covid-19 supply and demand challenge: How can companies make the most of their ability to innovate in ways that help both companies and society? (also see Turning the World Right-Side Up Again)
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The Atlantic: Ed Yong

Now that "what if?" has become "now what?" how will we navigate the path from isolation to endgame and aftermath?
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