empty coal cars
Capital markets are penalizing firms that are slow to transition to a low-carbon economy. A credible way to measure carbon risk arrives just in time
law and big data

A new lab uses artificial intelligence to help individuals and businesses resolve their legal disputes

In the 1990s, you could count on a financial payoff from a corporate social responsibility program. Today, not so much. What marketers need to know before jumping on the bandwagon
paper airplane

How the aviation industry resisted, diluted, and ultimately subverted a concept that threatens its legitimacy

medical monitor watch
A new telemonitoring initiative reduces 911 calls and hospital visits while giving patients with chronic illness the paramedic support when it’s needed
45 minutesFriday October 12, 2018 1:00 PM EDT
What organizations can do to make “economic reconciliation” a reality
Session Leader(s): 
segregated movie theatre
Not even the profit motive could counter the segregation of American theatres
medical record
A smart national approach would focus on boosting public-private partnerships
60 minutesWednesday June 20, 2018 1:00 PM EDT
The time for complacency is over. Here’s how to develop coherence, coordination, and a direction for innovative gains
Session Leader(s): 
home health monitoring
Beyond delivering innovative products, firms need to be more involved in delivering successful patient outcomes
protesting modern slavery
Souped-up supply chains and ghostly governance combine to victimize more than 40 million people
woman worker
They look like mission-focused champions who can balance stakeholder needs and stick to disciplined processes
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How an organization’s strategic orientation shapes its corporate social responsibility
walmart food bank
To reap the benefits of corporate social responsibility, a consistent strategy over at least five years trumps all

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