Kellogg Social Entrepreneur: How to Fix “Us vs. Them” in Business
As an adult learner who has not taken a Harvard online class before this one, I understand the need for constant support with class expectations and technology. As the parent of a student with autism and a student with ADHD, I understand the need for constant support with content and executive functioning skills.
The rise of “corporate social responsibility” campaigns and a movement toward sustainability in the market are closely linked to globalization.
Women are decision making consumers who represent 51% of the world’s population. None of this information was new a decade ago and none of it is new today. And yet this gap in board representation still exists. Why?
Who knew it would take over a year and gobs of money to finally come up with a successful way to mentor someone with autism at work. Why is it so difficult? Why are intelligent, compassionate adults so intimidated by autism?