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Wharton research into startups focusing on hard-science and technology sheds light on when companies pivot and when they “firefight.”
Wharton research finds that some seemingly unproductive traits can actually spur people to work well and to be effective in leadership roles.
Wharton’s Brian Berkey says it’s not enough to merely agitate for social change -- it’s a moral imperative to give generously to the less advantaged.
It’s important to evaluate whether a potential workplace really wants you to be your complete, authentic self, says Wharton’s Stephanie Creary.
Wharton research looks at whether expanded access to medical insurance under the Affordable Care Act has led to improved health outcomes for patients.
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.
New Wharton research finds that smartphone use actually provides some emotional benefits for stressed-out adults, and that in turn has implications for marketers trying to reach an on-the-go audience.
Details on the big tax reform proposal remain sketchy. What seems clear: As proposed, the tax cuts do not pay for themselves and will spike up the deficit.
Recent Wharton research examines the shifting priorities of the tech labor market and its implications for workers – and for other industries.
Innovation and the “old way of doing things” would seem to be strange bedfellows. But new research from Wharton’s Laura Huang finds that there are situations where traditionalism can be[…]