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Introduction to a trip to Ghana

The posts in this category are thoughts and reflections from a sustainable development course delivered to MBA and other graduate...
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Ghana

That’s Africa baby

We were waiting in a Newmont conference room on site at the Ahafo mine. On the agenda: a briefing from...
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Higher Ed

Can a mining company teach us about sustainability?

It’s a strange concept to get your head around. What could a mining company—a gold mining company—possibly teach anyone about...
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Ghana

We’re not the world

If you’re like me, there’s probably nothing you’d like to forget more about the '80’s than the music. OK, so...
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Ghana

Who’s sure all that glitters is gold?

Riding the bus from the “before” site in Akeym toward the working mine in Ahafo. After meeting, hugging, and looking...
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Higher Ed

Extreme doesn’t mean a former river

We’d just spent a day in the hot and humid forest and small villages in and around Akyem, Ghana. It’s...
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Ghana Higher Ed

Extreme… part II

There appears to be very few international travel classes like this in higher ed. Amanda Pollock, Daniels executive program staff...
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Reputation Management

Culture eats strategy for lunch

It’s like a unknown, unmapped compound straight out the X Files. Newmont has built a community in the middle of...
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