Four second-year students, together with Tuck faculty and staff, have returned from a week at Keio University Business School in Yokohama, Japan. The group attended the Council on Business & Society’s annual forum.
The Council is a global alliance of business schools recognizing the enormous role that business can play in helping solve large-scale problems. Each year, the Council holds a conference exploring a different theme. This year’s forum addressed the challenges of health and healthcare.
At Keiro, Tuck’s Council Fellows Alexis Kheir, Vivien Lee, Erin McInerney and Maggie Mistzal listened to faculty presentations and informally shared their own findings with students from 5 leading business schools. They, together with Tuck Professor of Business Punam Keller, blogged about their reactions to the challenges of health care delivery effectiveness around the world.
- The Science of Better Choices by Professor Punam Keller
- Why Are Workplace Wellness Programs Catching on in Some Cultures, Not in Others by Vivien Lee & Maggie Misztal
- Technology and Management Innovation in Health Care by Vivien Lee
- What Do Business Students Think About Health by Vivien Lee
- Healthy Employees, Healthy Organizations by Maggie Misztal
- Health as Part of the Economy by Erin McInerney
Photo back row left to right: Jeremy Grossas T'11; Penny Paquette T'76, Assistant Dean for Strategic Initiatives; Pat Palmiotto, Executive Director, Center for Business & Society; Bob Hansen, Senior Associate Dean; Maggie Misztal T'14, Erin McInerney T'14; Vivien Lee T'14. Front row: Betsabeh Madani T'13, Tuck School of Business Dean Paul Danos; Alexis Kheir T'14; Ace Suzuki T’00.