A conversation with the alumna founder of BigSpring and her executive team on analytics, the future of work, and building a “learning ecosystem.”
New releases by Wharton graduates (and faculty) include a guide to retiring, an in-depth look at U.S. health care, and a recounting of life at war.
Amaechi Ndili WG97, head of CarePay Nigeria and African Academies, reflects on the Wharton alumnus who inspired him to return to his home country and his efforts to train and inspire young professionals there.
Wharton management professors offer three strategies for translating faculty research to broader audiences.
Stories of perseverance and self-discovery, guides to improve business practices, resources for one's personal life, and more from Wharton authors
Three public statements from the SEC show increased and perhaps even hostile new scrutiny
How not-for-profits, corporate innovation, and public service developments can meet the changing needs of citizens in the Arabian Gulf.
Microsoft executive Tereza Nemessanyi C92 G97 WG97 discusses diversity and inclusion strategies and tapping into the Wharton network
Three ways to foster better communication in a virtual business world
Many colleges and universities turned to AI-based proctoring software to prevent cheating on remote-learning exams. But to overcome privacy concerns and other problems, technology providers need to listen to the students.
Health care industry CEO Patrick Quigley WG03 dissects a highly contested measure in the latest COVID relief package.
Taking a close look at the three phases of a special purpose acquisition company.
Two emergent themes that are set to transform workplaces in a post-pandemic world
Three predictions about how COVID-19 will transform one of the largest sources of business-to-business revenue in the U.S.
Now is the time to meet this challenging moment through innovation and investment, particularly in support of minority and women entrepreneurs.
Reflections on a strategy that Wharton Dean Erika James says is essential for leaders in new roles.