Jason Wingard, Wharton’s new Vice Dean for Executive Education, acknowledges the challenges of today’s tough business environment. But he also sees boundless opportunities for growth—in Philadelphia, in San Francisco and in all corners of the globe.
Thanks to the Leadership of William Lauder, W’83, the Learning Never Ends at the Estee Lauder Companies–Not Even for the Company’s Highest-Ranking Executives.
As one of the key project managers behind New Delhi’s massive new airport terminal, Kanika Dewan, W’98, helped send out a message to the world: India has arrived.
Suppose you put the following ten letters—S, T, A, T, I, S, T, I, C and S—in a bag.
Which Emerging Markets are Up and Coming?
To succeed in negotiation, says one Wharton expert, one must take emotion out of the equation.
The winter uprisings that rocked the Middle East hold valuable lessons - and warnings - for leaders in politics, business, and education.
The Revolution will be Digitized
In their annual report to the global community, Wharton’s disaster-preparedness experts take a look at the biggest risks facing the world in 2011—and how those risks are interconnected.
Globalization, technology and the integration of markets have created a frightening new frontier in the realm of business ethics. So how can we build a new ethical code for a fast-changing world?
How does one compete in the cruise business? According to Royal Caribbean Chairman and CEO Richard D. Fain, WG’72, it takes the willingness to think big. Really, really big.
Even as the School celebrates a great decade on the West Coast, Wharton | San Francisco Vice Dean Doug Collom is looking to the future—and seeking ever more ways of building the School into a West Coast powerhouse.
How Wharton helped three bright young business minds build—and eventually sell (at enormous profit)—their unique Internet-based companies.