~ April 28, 2021 ~

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Education & Industry Forum on Financial Services Culture: Joanne Ciulla, David Kirshenbaum, Scott Stimpfel
"Welcome to the health care industry, rookie.” In this case study, students take on the role of an associate facing an ethical dilemma without an obvious answer. When should they speak up, how, and to whom? (also see How to Prevent (and Handle) Unethical Situations at Work)
Phys.org: Johns Hopkins University
Framing the message: How do listener beliefs change what's effective? (also see The Economics of Climate Change)
Project Syndicate: Daron Acemoglu
"What could go wrong?” Famous last words, or how to manage the potential hazards of climate innovation. (also see Building a Nature-Positive Economy and the rest of this
Are companies ready? Are users?
Forbes: Konstanze Frischen
"We don't need good intentions, we need good practices.” Is it time to pull back the curtain and ask who is moving the levers that shape our world? (also see 
Poets&Quants: John A. Byrne
"Does the world really need more MBA rankings?” What do potential students and employers actually need to know? (also see Deans, Faculty Agree: MBA Alternatives Will Continue to Grow)
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