Authors@Wharton continues to deliver, giving students exposure to diversity of thought beyond their coursework, such as during Garry Kasparov's recent talk.
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.
Faculty report about their latest Wharton research on the leadership style of top Chinese private business heads.
Entrepreneur David Klein came back to campus to give a leadership lecture to current students. We took the chance to catch up and pick his brain.
Raj Bharti came to the Wharton MBA for Executives Program in San Francisco interested in gaining international exposure. Now that he's completed his degree, he shares how much the experience broadened his global perspective.
The former Charles Schwab CEO shares the story of one of his toughest challenges with Penn students. Our student contributor reflects on the takeaways.
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An update, including student testimonials, on the popular Wharton Executive Coaching and Feedback Program.
The celebrity entrepreneur and investor can serve as inspiration to anyone who's starting to think about what they offer the world, like this Penn undergrad.
Two authors claim to find common traits of overachieving people, using ethnic and religious differences to highlight better parenting styles.
Malcolm Gladwell recaptures the affection of a Penn audience with a discussion of power structures, Goliath and the IRS.
Acclaimed author Keith Ferrazzi reminds students that the next time they think they’ve done everything themselves, they ought to stop and think about whether they’ve done anything themselves.
I have a confession: I’m a Leadership Venture junkie.
Give and Take author Adam Grant shares five lessons from the life of a Simpsons producer and writer to illustrate the power of giving.
We are doomed to be selfish creatures, particularly MBA students, according to ethics expert Jonathan Haidt. But there is hope.
Anne-Marie Slaughter talked at Wharton about gender inequality and cultural change in the American workplace, and her article that started a firestorm.