The Wharton Way is a strategic plan guiding Wharton towards greater influence, innovation, and engagement
Dean Erika James met with Wharton alumni and friends in nine cities across the world since last March
With the NFL championship in greater Phoenix this weekend, city Mayor Kate Gallego WG12 discusses what it takes to host the hallmark event and the Phoenix spirit she aims to share with the world.
Dean Erika James on the importance of expressing thanks to colleagues not just now, but year-round
Wharton management professor Mike Useem's recent book on successful CEOs sparks ideas for finding inspiration within our own networks.
Wharton grads examine entrepreneurship in America, workplace gender bias, keys to managerial success, and more.
From childhood dreams of launching a startup to helping founders realize their own visions, one student’s passion for entrepreneurship has flourished at Wharton.
Startups and their founders grab headlines, but established businesses also need visionaries who can find success in the face of shifting business trends and new challengers.
A new book co-authored by Dean Erika James urges leaders to break the cycle of panic and neglect and move beyond the triple bottom line.
Dean Erika James analyzes the move by Patagonia’s founder to give away the company and offers advice for other leaders facing hard choices.
Research by assistant management professor Samir Nurmohamed reveals the advantages of being an underdog (or at least believing you’re one).
Buoyed by the rise of edtech and remote education, Wharton Online provides millions of learners globally access to the School’s thought leadership.
Former American Airlines chief Robert L. Crandall WG60 shares thoughts on his career, effective leadership, and fostering creativity.
Dean Erika James offers thoughts on building space for candid conversations in the classroom.
Success is best achieved by inspiring others and being prepared to change with these uncertain times.