A Vision for Business Schools Serving People and Planet
I’ve been doing this too long. After three days of uncomfortable conference halls, endless presentations, interminable speeches, accusations and counter accusations, reluctant handshakes, air-conditioned hotel lobbies, pamphlets, police and protests I was close to giving up. Apart from the faster bandwidth and the explosion of microdrones cluttering the smoggy sky it seemed as if little had changed since Rio 2012: the world is a conflagration of ecological destruction, a stuttering economy, and interminable politics. Of course, many people were trying to resolve some of the problems through the old channels – but their efforts seemed futile when set against the overwhelming crises we face.
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