This season's alumni books include a wide range of topics—from an analysis of private equity to a look into fashion supply chain management and globalization in the Trump era.
The benefits of digitization and what it can mean for your products, your customers, and your business
Recommended readings and a TED Talk from a thought-provoking course on urgent societal issues and achieving lasting change
Without an agent or splashy SportsCenter highlights, NFL hopeful Greg Van Roten W12 went undrafted. Instead of giving up, he went to work.
Among the key findings: Wharton graduates are loyal, connected to the School and each other, and hungry for new research.
Wharton helped former Louisiana state CFO Stafford Palmieri WG16 bring the public and private sectors together—and set her on a new course.
The latest books from Wharton authors—from a pilgrimage in Spain to an online course teaching entrepreneurs how to succeed in an unstable business environment, and much more.
Recent books from Wharton authors on overcoming a failed startup, unleashing your potential, and more.
Recent books from Wharton grads on the Yoh family, data-driven customer experience strategies, overcoming life's toughest obstacles, and more.
Brian Wong WG03 weighs in on launching the Alibaba Global Leadership Academy and the e-commerce giant's future.
Alumni share their thoughts on the satisfying "intellectual candy" handed out at the 49th Forum this month.
Recent books from Wharton grads cover growth strategies, momentum investing and lessons learned from mothers.
Katlyn Grasso W15 talks customer service and effective communication with the Southwest Airlines vice president and chief communications officer.
Rod Robinson WG95 on creating supply chains with positive economic, social, and environmental impacts.
Paul Vidich WG81 explains why, after 18 years at Time Warner, he chose to pursue his lifelong passion for writing.
Before his tragic death in January, the chairman of Taiwan Cement Corporation revealed how he succeeded at TCC and reflected on how he'd like to be remembered someday.