~ September 10, 2020 ~
TEACHING INNOVATIONS
The Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Diane-Laure Arjaliès

How do we define, unpack, and measure the multiple dimensions of organizational success in ways that help us shape better businesses? In this new interview, Ivey's Diane-Laure Arjaliès digs deep into this and more from her award-winning course, Assessing the Broader Impact of Business.
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TEACHING INNOVATIONS
U.S. News: Ilana Kowarski

How can business schools articulate their value in the coronavirus era and beyond? (also see Harvard vs. Wharton: How Two B-Schools Played The Pandemic and A Post-Virus Paradigm Shift For B-Schools? This School Has The Recipe)
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How should business and other leaders address the issues, and impacts, of structural racism in society?
BOOK TALK
How can businesses make sound decisions today for a better future? 

Mauro Guillén's new book, 2030: How Today's Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of Everything, offers timely and informed insight on topics from population shifts to cryptocurrencies and more. Wharton's Professor Guillén examines both risks and opportunities, and offers strategies for approaching the future wisely. 

Join us today, September 10th, 2020 12:00 PM ET, for a webinar with Mauro Guillén in conversation with Harvard's Rebecca Henderson.

Learn more and register here!

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FUTURE OF CAPITALISM
Fast Company: Sebastian Buck

"Old success was selfish and short-lived; new success must be shared and sustaining." How can broadening the business perspective to include a wider impact and longer-term reap broad-based benefits? (also see B Corp Movement Appeals to Multinational Corporations)
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FUTURE OF WORK
Boston Review: Erin L. Kelly, Emilio J. Castilla, Thomas a. Kochan, Barbara Dyer, Paul Osterman, Nathan Wilmers

How can work be improved in ways that benefit society as a whole? This distinguished roster of management professors weighs in.
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PURPOSE OF THE CORPORATION
ProMarket: Luigi Zingales

The shareholder-stakeholder debate has been ongoing for much of the past century. Given that "the question of how corporations should be run is essential to shaping which type of capitalism we want," where do we stand? (also see Who's Winning the Battle for Stakeholder Capitalism? and The Next Move: 10 Ways to Bring Stakeholder Capitalism into Practice)
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