It’s great to be back in the classroom. Last week (April 21) I visited Shelley Mitchell’s two classes at Hult International Business School’s Boston campus in person, after two years of Zoom visits, which aren’t nearly as good. The students spend several weeks reporting on each chapter of the book and discussing the issues in the story: board governance, shareholder primacy vs. stakeholder capitalism, and the innovative agreement that preserved the three-part mission of Ben & Jerry’s when it was sold to Unilever. It’s inspiring to spend time with such intelligent, engaged people. Thank you!