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Reshaping business school with "management as a calling"

University of Michigan Professor Andrew Hoffman wants students "to both lead successful organizations and make society better."
The "Management as a Calling" program at the University of Michigan is a retreat to the woods to help students interrogate what they want to use business school education for.
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More purpose, fewer silos: some keys to meaningful work

In the show "Severance," characters don't understand the point of their work. And they barely know their colleagues.
The Macrodata Refinement department at Lumon Industries includes Dylan (Zach Cherry), left, Irving (John Turturro) and Mark (Adam Scott).
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What it means to close the 'dignity gap'

Mar 7, 2017
AEI president argues that the poor need an American culture that values them.
"Something like a third of the American population is starting to express pretty grave doubts in their ability to earn their success in the United States," says Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute. Above, people wait in line at a jobs fair in Sunrise, Florida.
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