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Penn Museum Director Julian Siggers is leading a digital transformation of the institution to make it relevant to younger generations.
Wharton research finds that some seemingly unproductive traits can actually spur people to work well and to be effective in leadership roles.
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Only a motivated and adaptable team committed to shared goals guarantees success, says Mphasis CEO Nitin Rakesh
In this opinion piece, Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett writes about critical advice he has received from other leaders – lessons that “have had a massive impact on how I try[…]
A new book examines figures from the past who overcame adversity to leave a lasting mark on civilization.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley talks to Knowledge@Wharton about Steve Jobs, what Apple is doing right, and the future of marketing, fintech and health care.
When it was time to turn out the lights at the GM plant in Lansing, Mich., the mayor, and many layers of government and social organizations, swung into frenzied action[…]
Developing trust is necessary to lead effectively. Counterintelligence expert Robin Dreeke shares his five steps to generating trust at work and in life.
Jillian Manus, a partner at an early-stage venture capital firm, takes on a challenging work environment where even forward-thinking men can feel lost.
Shimon Peres's son, Chemi, discusses his father's memoir, notably his vision for peace in the Middle East.
Tesla is worth more than other major U.S. automakers despite having a fraction of their sales. A Silicon Valley venture capitalist explains why he believes Tesla is still undervalued.