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It's obvious that customers will prefer to deal with sales associates who really know their products. But you'll be surprised how huge a difference it makes to the bottom line.
Does technological change increase labor productivity or does it affect all factors of production equally? New Wharton research shows that the truth is somewhere in the middle.
Summer jobs programs have long been used to provide teens with work experience, and to help keep them out of trouble while school is out of session. But do such[…]
Is the way to success always straight up? Wharton research shows that for start-ups, sometimes it is better to take a temporary detour.
If you’ve ever thought that the quest for more clicks is affecting the types of articles that get published in the media, it turns out you’re right. But Wharton research[…]
Advertisers often use multiple publishers for their online campaigns, but many are not using the best metrics to decide which publishers they should compensate, new Wharton research shows.
Firms are increasingly turning to partnerships to develop innovative products and strategies. New Wharton research looks at the optimal mix of partners for achieving breakthroughs.
Wearable fitness monitors are suddenly everywhere. But how accurately do they count our steps? And more important, how well do they help us overcome our own inertia?
Hospitals and academic medical centers are hiring chief innovation officers to transform the way they deliver care. What factors can most affect the outcome?
While pharmaceutical companies hope their television ads might convince a consumer to choose their drug over a rival’s, new Wharton research finds that the ads have a number of additional,[…]