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Darden Team Places Second Out of 100+ Competitors at Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge

Guest Post By Zach Ruchman, Michelle Hammer, Stewart Gray and Jess Cornell (MBA ’18)Recently, our Darden MBA team had the opportunity to compete as finalists in the 8th Annual Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge, and came in second place out of over 100 teams from around the world…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
Events & Activities, Guest Posts, Tri-Sector Leadership, Uncategorized

Global Leadership in Crisis? A Conversation with UVA Deans on Preparing Leaders for the Unique Challenges of the 21st Century

By Joyce Lee and Laura Hennessey MartensModerator: UVA Executive Vice President and Provost Thomas KatsouleasDarden School of Business: Dean Scott BeardsleyUVA School of Law: Dean Risa GoluboffFrank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy: Dean Allan StamWhether addressing humanitarian crises, climate change, or the recent…

By Laura Hennessey Martens-
Cases & Courses, Events & Activities, Guest Posts, In the News, Thought Leadership

Professor Ed Freeman – The New Story of Business: Towards a More Responsible Capitalism

By Esther Jan We have all heard it before – the predominant negative narrative that businesses are all out to make a buck. That the primary role of business is to maximize profits for shareholders. That most business leaders operate in a “greed is good” paradigm, along with any other number…

By Jordan Hodgkins-
Cases & Courses, Events & Activities, Guest Posts, Thought Leadership

Professor Ed Freeman: It Is Time to Replace the Old Story of Business With a New Narrative

By Esther Jan Commonly referenced as the foremost scholar on stakeholder theory and business ethics, Professor R. Edward Freeman is perhaps best known for his award-winning book, Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach, first published in 1984 and reissued in 2010 by Cambridge University Press. Contrary to the traditional view…

By Jordan Hodgkins-