~ January 7, 2021 ~
Stanford Graduate School of Business: Margaret Neale, Sarah Soule, Hannah Yanow

How can we help students, and ourselves, move from awareness to understanding to action on race? This free resource discusses the downstream effects of unconscious bias and ways to move beyond observation to being an active ally.
Chief Executive: Jeffrey Sonnenfeld

Why is it important for business leaders to weigh in on what is happening now in Washington, and what difference will it make if they do? (also see Business Leaders Condemn Violence on Capitol Hill: 'This is Sedition')
Harvard Business Review: Andrew Winston

"We are capable of so much." What does corporate action in 2020 say about the role it should play in addressing our current and future challenges? (also see The Next Decade of Growth Will Come from Solving Societal Problems and Predictions for Business & Society in 2021)

Aspen Institute Business & Society Program: Judith Samuelson, Elliot Gerson

From technology to supply chains, social impact to environmental limits, the old rules of business are unraveling. What will it take to succeed in this new world?

Join us Monday January 11, 2021 @ 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST to discuss this and more with Judy Samuelson and Elliot Gerson, Aspen Institute Executive Vice President, in conversation about her new book:

The Six New Rules of Business: Creating Real Value in a Changing World (Berrett-Koehler; January 12, 2021).

Claim your free copy of the book by clicking 
Professors: Request an Exam Copy on the Berrett-Koehler site!

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"Statements about 'stakeholder capitalism' and 'standing with Black employees' alone aren't going to cut it." What role should fairness play in employee pay? (also see Modern Principles for Sensible and Effective Executive Pay)
The New York Times: Parul Koul, Chewy Shaw

Organized labor helps employees do better, but how can those workers also help companies be better? (also see How Google Workers Secretly Built A Union)
Poets&Quants: Marc Ethier

"If 2020 has taught me nothing else, doing business as usual is not an option if you want to succeed." How can business schools help shape a better future? (also see Covid-19 Case Studies Make Their Way Into M.B.A. Curricula, and for what *not* to do this year, see P&Q's Top Business School Scandals of 2020)
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