Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky WG96 talks of the moments that prepared him for the challenges of running a global health care company.
What’s made the Wharton MBA for Executives Program special over the past five decades and continues to make it a leader today? It has anticipated students’ changing demands and expectations.
Alumni Spotlight: John Gachora
A new feature of the WEMBA Wharton International Seminar is that East Coast and West Coast executive MBA students travel together. To Indonesia, for instance.
Three tenets from Wharton's EMBA Program propelled this alumnus to become a future-forward, positive leader for the health care industry.
A Wharton executive MBA alumna launches a for-profit/for-purpose startup with a presale, one eye on Italian fashion and the other on her microscope.
Cisco Senior Vice President Inder Sidhu, WG'91, addresses the 2013 Wharton West Coast graduation ceremony.
Amy Yin Interiors not only earns design awards but also operates on a “for-benefit” model, supporting thousands of children, teens and disabled homeowners.
The next three years will be critical in deciding the future of Turkey, and if and when our family returns after more than 10 years abroad.
Professor Adam Grant gives of his time to help others, and this writer will remember the effort and the lessons offered in his book Give and Take and one day will return the favor.
Alex Gorsky, WG'96, chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson, addresses a first-ever Wharton graduation ceremony.
Some might call his career changes turbulence. But for Doug Given, WG’93, his trajectory has been the fortuitous result of charisma and business and medical acumen.
The West Coast executive MBA gets a positive spotlight.