Developing a new program with a focus on leadership was a labor of love for faculty, staff, and students.
An MBA student’s Lipman Family Prize Fellowship experience brought to life leadership and social impact in a way not possible on campus.
Management Professor Samir Nurmohamed reveals how the underdog's motivation has value to business organizations at the Wharton Leadership Conference.
Troubleshooter Douglas Peterson speaks about honing the focus of McGraw Hill Financial.
A casual lunch among students and Barry Lipman, W’70, drove home the importance of Penn’s premier social impact prize.
One of the biggest challenges in our global workplace is ensuring that our key executives remain “coachable” about their leadership impact.
In the world of business and finance, to establish truly sustainable business models and lasting competitive advantage, diversity must be recognized as an economic imperative.
A VC with operating or entrepreneurial experience is a valuable strategic partner. VC operators have “been there and done that,” and have learned a lot along the way.
Speaking recently at a conference, I was asked, “What’s your leadership style?” Right away, Wharton’s Leadership 101 course came to mind.
Wharton alumni weigh in on the future of business in Asia.