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The best way to handle a crisis is to avoid it. To do that, companies must invest the time in building relationships with stakeholders.
Penn psychology professor Angela Duckworth’s book on grit, passion and perseverance compels a rethink on how we identify and nurture skills.
Wharton research shows how umpires adjust their calls based on what information they think they know when a play is in motion.
Focusing on strategy alone -- or leadership alone -- misses the big opportunities. Two Wharton professors offer six steps to integrate the two.
Humor, when used appropriately, can enhance status and perception of one’s competence in the office, according to Wharton research.
New Wharton research has uncovered a surprising way that social media could be lowering barriers to entry to national politics.
Insider trading by politically connected bankers spiked just before the massive bailouts of October 2008, research by Wharton professor Daniel Taylor shows.
New Wharton research examines how political and economic turmoil in a country can impact how microfinance organizations are funded.
Most firms consider social media a must in today’s highly networked world. But new Wharton research shows it’s not simply being on social that matters – it’s how you use[…]
Could your doctor be ordering tests and treatments for you that don’t work very well and aren’t worth the cost? Experts from the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics discuss[…]