Your moods at work—and the way you express them—may have far greater impact than you realize.
Among the key findings: Wharton graduates are loyal, connected to the School and each other, and hungry for new research.
Professor Michael Platt and the new Wharton Neuroscience Initiative are exploring evolutionary brain science and using high-tech tools to unlock the secrets of human psychology. What does any of that have to do with business? More than you’d guess.
Wharton’s Advanced Management Program helped Olivier Bottrie reconnect with a lifelong goal, and he’s since turned a nightmare into a dream reality in Haiti.
The World Economic Forum sent 56 young leaders to the Wharton School to work on social innovation and learn from leaders in the field like Katherine Klein.
A SPOC online course teaches execs how to live long and prosper through marketing.
Ideas for gender equality and work-life balance abound beyond Sheryl Sandberg’s call to “lean in,” but individuals must implement what’s right for their careers, according to this Wharton leader.
The School’s wide-ranging impact on the public good includes Executive Education’s efforts in knowledge sharing and engagement in the nation's capital.
One of the recipients of the Barry and Marie Lipman Family Prize learns the depth of the award’s benefit.
Building Wharton’s brand and global business pipeline were dual goals of Executive Education’s recent visit to Mumbai and New Delhi.
The mission of Wharton Executive Education is to create and disseminate relevant and actionable business knowledge to executives.
The Wharton School is doing more than ever before to engage the alumnae population through Lifelong Learning.
One of the Aresty Institute’s venerable programs broadens its relevance.
The Wharton MBA for Executives Reunion picked up where alumni left off at last May’s MBA Reunion: with Lifelong Learning sessions led by Wharton faculty about business issues front of mind for business leaders.
How one alumnus is making a positive social impact with an innovative, global company.
In its inaugural year, the Lipman Family Prize helped Wharton to reach the rural areas of Cambodia, dryland farms of Kenya and underfunded medical clinics around the world.