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The digital age has democratized the workplace. So what happens when employees can wield just as much knowledge and power as their managers?
Few military leaders hold as much allure for historians as Hannibal. Archaeologist Patrick N. Hunt writes in his new book that much of his success came from strong finances.
Wharton professor Adam Grant interviews Walter Issacson about his biography on Leonardo da Vinci. The biggest takeaway: "Stay curious about everything."
NYU professor Scott Galloway talks about the pervasive influence of Big Tech -- both good and bad -- in his new book.
We get lots of experiences in life, but very few are memorable. Is there a way for companies to burnish a positive memory with customers?
Increasing diversity has long been promoted as the right thing to do. But that notion does not account for the deep benefits that diversity can bring to an organization when[…]
A new book outlines the intertwined history of capitalism and democracy in the United States, and why pragmatism has outweighed ideology.
Walter Isaacson, who's written a slew of well-received books on famous figures such as Einstein and Benjamin Franklin, discusses his latest on Leonardo da Vinci.
Bruce Bartlett, former advisor to Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush, discusses his new book about the challenge of fake news, and offers some strategies for weeding it[…]
Wharton’s Ken Shropshire and Collin D. Williams Jr. discuss ways to fix a prevailing problem in college sports -- the amount of time it eats away from academics.