Commentary by Center Senior Director of Leadership Ethics Ann Skeet
Traditions from Indigenous American Peoples teach us to think about our interactions with natural resources as relationships rather than competitive advantages.
Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Kahn accused by Facebook and Amazon CEOs of showing bias in her efforts to highlight the firms’ anticompetitive practices.
Rises in the gap between c-suite executive and frontline worker pay have grown exponentially, while the rest of the world is suffering through a pandemic.
We, as individuals, require humility, kindness, and action to achieve any semblance of solidarity with those facing hate.
Businesses that serve consumers and other businesses simultaneously often involve conflicted interests, and require regulation to reconcile these conflicts.
The consequences of Trump’s rhetoric and his followers’ actions manifested themselves in the nation’s capital on January 6, 2021.
As new technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), quantum computing and blockchain become mainstream, and their practical uses more pervasive, myriad new business opportunities will be created.
How to keep students front and center
A global pandemic has challenged educators immeasurably, while at the same time giving them the chance to show their creativity and how seriously they take their commitment to young people.
A comparison of two presidents’ handling of health issues highlights the leadership approach of each leader.
The Partnership on AI, in collaboration with Markkula Center for Applied Ethics staff, has published a paper offering a framework for workforce well-being in the age of artificial intelligence.