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Aspen Institute's Business and Society Program

As a highly visible part of the Aspen Institute—a global forum and cultural institution gathering leaders in reflection and dialogue to create enlightened policy and practices—the Business and Society Program seeks to develop business leaders for a sustainable global society. Since 1999, through its seminars, research, awards, and publications, the Program has sought to disseminate information, promote change, and develop leaders and networks in business and society.

The Program's Web sites provide sources of innovative curriculum, notably through http://www.caseplace.org and http://www.beyondgreypinstripes.org. http://CasePlace.org is a free, online service for business school faculty, students, and businesses. It provides some of the best cases, references, and commentary published by and for business educators and business executives. Materials incorporate social impact management (the field of inquiry examining interdependency between business ...

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