The K@W Network:
A recent Wharton conference on “Sustainability in the Age of Big Data” explored how rapidly advancing information technologies can be brought together to forestall the worst ravages of global climate[…]
The recent global financial crisis has triggered an increasing presence of the state as an actor and regulator, and state-owned enterprises and sovereign wealth funds are playing an important role[…]
In this special report, speakers from the Wharton Private Equity and Venture Capital Conference 2014 note that weaker-than-expected economic growth may have the virtue of uncovering some diamonds in the[…]
Sustainability is increasingly becoming a priority among decision makers at U.S. hospitals. This special report focuses on the importance of sustainable health care for patients, the industry and the environment[…]
For much of human history, people have found ways to profitably reuse their waste. Today, the new emphasis on sustainability is driving some companies and municipalities to divert waste streams[…]
In this special report, students from the Joseph H. Lauder Institute of Management & International Studies examine current trends and recent developments shaping today’s global marketplace.
In this special report, experts in the field describe how sports are the key to vastly extending environmental awareness in the U.S.
In this special report, experts consider the leadership lessons generated by the Fukushima disaster and examine the impact on Japan’s energy policy.
Some $200 billion of new capital went to private equity (PE) and venture capital management partnerships globally in 2012. For the first time, 20% of that total — some $40[…]
More than one billion people lack access to clean drinking water, sufficient food and electricity. Meanwhile, the global population is growing by some 80 million people every year. By 2030,[…]