The K@W Network:
When a CEO or high-profile employee makes a big mistake, is firing always the answer? Not necessarily, say experts -- a lot depends on the transgressor and the transgression.
The recent memo controversy at Google may not result in immediate gains for working women, but it casts a harsh light on underlying assumptions, say Wharton experts.
IBM, GE and other firms are embracing a management approach that calls for close teamwork and goes against the remote-worker trend. What are the potential gains?
In this opinion piece, BCG’s Payal Sheth explains how a meditation technique transformed the way she thinks and engages with people.
Robots that serve dinner, self-driving cars and drone-taxis could be fun and hugely profitable. But don’t hold your breath. They are likely much further off than the hype suggests.
The best path to a new gig isn’t what it used to be, nor what you might think it is -- if you want to land the right position without[…]
Creating a fair, equitable and objective system for setting salaries is one of the biggest challenges facing companies today -- and there may not really be an effective way to[…]
Trash-talking is fairly commonplace, whether in sports, business or elsewhere. But how does it affect the targets of these insults? Wharton research has some surprising findings.
Bill Sandbrook, CEO of U.S. Concrete, explains what he has learned about leadership throughout his career.
IBM is calling thousands of its remote workers back to the office as a result of a switch in its business methodology. Will other firms follow suit?