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Office meetings have a checkered reputation in terms of productivity. But the author of a new book argues that management science can make meetings a valuable asset.
New research from Wharton's Emilie Feldman shows that when it comes to divestitures, activists push for changes that most often create shareholder value.
A good model can yield good analysis from big data. But the best analysis takes multiple models, says author Scott E. Page.
A new book explains why personal fulfillment, rather than the relentless pursuit of success, leads to happiness in the workplace.
A record seven million Americans are at least 90 days late on their auto loan payments. What does that mean for the broader economy?
A new book explains how conscious and unconscious dynamics drive most of our thinking -- and how to gain better control of those processes.
Journalist and author Dan Lyons explains how Silicon Valley’s work culture has seeped into other industries, making employees more stressed than ever.
Saikat Chaudhuri from Wharton's Mack Institute discusses the promise and potential pitfalls of implementing the blockchain.
A new book by journalist Christine Lagorio-Chafkin traces the history of Reddit from its humble beginnings to one of the most powerful social media sites.
AI will help financial institutions expand banking penetration worldwide, launch new products and engage with customers more deeply, says Apoorv Saxena, global head of AI at JPMorgan Chase.