A Penn grad and author is exploring work-life balance decisions, and business students should listen to what she’s finding out: No one can really have it all.
Magazine contributor and Wharton alumnus Peter Cohan is seeking answers and assistance from his readers for an upcoming book project. Read more and volunteer.
Eight qualities that will help you find a work-life balance and help you help others to do the same.
CEOs like GM’s Mary Barra spend a lot of time in airplanes, but that doesn’t mean their trade-offs are right for you, says leadership consultant Alissa Finerman.
Women are still disproportionately penalized for bearing children and society has yet to completely acknowledge the issue, writes a young alumna.
As the unemployment rate falls, stay-at-home moms should take new approaches to a new job, writes an alumna with firsthand experience.
A Q&A with JPMorgan Chase’s Madelyn Miller about a high-powered career, motherhood and re-entering the workforce.
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.
What numbers lead to better meetings, prioritization, management, work/life integration and leadership?
Today’s Wharton students appear skeptical of their chances of obtaining work-life balance. Not this one; not after listening to Michelle Peluso.
Today's Wharton graduates believe they cannot integrate family life with work and are prepared to make a difficult choice instead, according to the latest book from Wharton Digital Press.
TV personality, hedge fund CEO and author Karen Finerman, W’87, is always ready to tell it like it is.
Wharton parents: How did you build you careers while building your families?