~ March 19, 2020  ~
With the world in crisis and the future uncertain, the influence educators have in students' lives is more important than ever. Through our Ideas Worth Teaching Awards, we seek to amplify faculty who are providing the skills and mindsets needed to navigate and thrive in challenging times.

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Special Section: Business Education

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Harvard Business Review's Big Idea: Rebecca Henderson

"Business must become a partner in building society, not a master." What role is business playing in the global decline of democracy, and how does that affect outcomes for both business and society? This five-part series investigates the interplay between democracy and business.
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PBS NewsHour: Judy Woodruff, John Yang, David Wessel

This pandemic "is something really unusual": Which 2008 solutions translate to today's crisis and which do not?
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Bain & Company: Tom Holland, Simon Henderson, David Schannon

Pick a company and ask, how would you apply these lessons in the current crisis? Because "doing nothing is not an option." (also see How to Manage When You Don't Have Answers)
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Bloomberg: Scott Duke Kominers

Fairness, access, and socially-optimal outcomes: Why is there more to pricing than willingness to pay?
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The New York Times: Kenneth I. Chenault, Rachel Romer Carlson

"As business leaders -- and, more important, as citizens -- we have an obligation to act and support our communities, our customers and the workers on the front lines of this pandemic." What specific steps can business take to help face down this threat?
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