“Is it sustainable?” COVID-19 points to the value of asking big questions to inform planning resilience and social justice
COVID-19 underscores firms’ need for planning resilience, disproportionate impacts on poorer populations, and our interconnectedness.
Others’ choices affect our own and have enormous economic, social, and environmental consequences, argues Robert H. Frank in his new book.
Ethics lecturer Katherine Gehl advocates for political innovations like ranked choice voting to break partisan gridlock.
Kristin Behfar, PhD ’03, professor at U.S. Army War College, sees effectively leading a high-performing team as a manager’s ethical responsibility.
- Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise
- Energy and Environment
- Sustainable Global Enterprise
A demographic shift is driving a large, generational wealth transfer, accelerating interest in steering investments toward profitable businesses focused on positive social and environmental change.