~ December 9, 2021 ~
Stanford Graduate School of Business: Maureen McNichols, Jaclyn Foroughi
Faced with the challenges of 2020, can the members of this venture capital firm transform their shared sense of purpose into a concrete mission? This free case study tracks the problem of investment bias through the eyes of this diverse team. (for more on incorporating diverse stories into the management canon, see How Two of the World’s Top Business Professors Are Preparing Leaders for the Future by Honoring the Unsung Heroes of the Past)
TechCrunch: Rachel Delacour, Pia d’Iribarne
"The effect of harmful emissions on the bottom line can’t be overstated." How will companies win in a world demanding more than good intentions? (also see Is the Mr. Burns Test Still Relevant or Should We Use the Lisa Simpson Test?)
Financial Times: Siddharth Venkataramakrishnan
"Business school students need to understand historical failings, with an emphasis on applying this knowledge to shape ideas of innovation." How can regulation support, rather than hamper, innovation? (also see Inside Tesla: How Elon Musk Pushed His Vision for Autopilot)
Motherboard: Samantha Cole
When workers evade tech-based managerial oversight, are they behaving unethically or fighting for a more constructive work environment? (also see Toward a New Technology Policy Centered on Good Jobs)
Foreign Affairs: Jason Bordoff, Meghan L. O’Sullivan
How can companies best navigate the short-term perils lining the road to long-term solutions?
A former dean is on his way to becoming a cautionary case study. What lessons should MBAs learn from this scandal? (also see Arrogance Is What Ultimately Caused This B-School Dean's Downfall)
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