Recommendations include defining and communicating values, investing in technology, and reviewing supply chains.
Erik Desrosiers WG14 discusses the concept and offers ways leaders can better embrace new possibilities.
In a conversation with the Wharton Alumni Club of Southern California, Routehappy founder Robert Albert WG98 shares how he earns buy-in on seemingly impossible ideas, thoughts on the future of the airline industry, and more.
Consultant Brad Maltz WG07 lays out tips for improving processes and reducing costs in the face of the pandemic.
Wharton graduates share stories of hardship and success, tips for financial freedom, big ideas on education reform, and more.
There's no disputing that technology is changing the way we work. Here's how to help your business adapt for the future.
Wharton Neuroscience Initiative director Michael Platt explains how his new book targets the science behind leadership in a Q&A with Wharton School Press.
The pandemic has highlighted the industry's need to adopt a longer and more data-informed view about serving the continent.
Dean Erika James reflects on the start of her tenure and offers four lessons for new leaders.
Protecting citizens in a more equitable and accountable way might require more funding, not less, argues attorney Ian Cooper W94.
We asked six Wharton professors to cut through the media (and social media) hype and partisan posturing to forecast the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on their areas of expertise (including one sector that, despite some gloomy predictions, may prove to be immune to the coronavirus).
Why companies should see responsible business practices as a boon to profits and essential for success.
In this excerpt from his new book, professor Mauro Guillén forecasts the impacts of middle classes surging in China and India but shrinking in the U.S. and Europe.
Alumni gather remotely to discuss leadership strategies, learn from Wharton faculty, examine immigration policies, and more.
After a brief career in food science, Shaz Kahng WG89 enrolled at Wharton with her gaze set on the C-suite.
For one undergraduate group, COVID-19 presented a silver-lining opportunity to connect virtually with alumni overseas.
Four first-year Wharton MBA students share their hopes, expectations and goals for their two years on campus.
A Penn freshman learns her first lessons about how to juggle an overfilled calendar.
The relationship between academia and the professional world is strong at Wharton, evidenced by the many business leaders who come to campus as guest speakers.
Listen to the pure joy in the voices of people who just learned they got into Wharton's MBA Program. It’ll bring you back to the day you got the call.
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