Ever wish you could call or text a Wharton professor with a burning business question or to get a quick take on a headline-making trend? Eleven faculty members fielded queries about everything from workplace changes to the impacts of ChatGPT to the state of affairs for cryptocurrency and social media regulation.
Wharton alumni tackling global disruptions and faculty experts share horror stories, adaptation strategies, and outlooks for the future.
The School returns to the road for alumni events, and graduates address topics such as the future of business education and pandemic-era leadership.
Rod Robinson WG95 on creating supply chains with positive economic, social, and environmental impacts.
Let’s count the benefits when companies create and maintain a supply chain that ensures the inclusion of diverse groups in procurement plans.
Tech-focused supplier diversity initiatives can help solve Silicon Valley’s diversity problem. Rod Robinson explains the four reasons why.
Wharton entrepreneur Rod Robinson WG95, founder of ConnXus, explains how his sense of the possible increased by orders of magnitude after attending Wharton.
The best companies are revolutionizing how they manage and track procurement, driven by regulation and technology and the need for accuracy and scalability.
The Wharton India Startup Competition was held exclusively in India for the first time. Wharton students and alumni and top Indian entrepreneurs ensured its success.
A relationship exists between how much of total spend corporate procurement controls and how much of it is diversity spend.
The first-ever, student-run Wharton Supply Chain Conference draws a crowd and surprising speakers.
The effects of the earthquake of March 2011 have rippled along every link in supply chain management.