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When is honesty not the best policy and deception morally correct? More often than you might think, as it turns out.
New Wharton research finds that over the course of a work day, employees pay less and less attention to the secondary tasks that, while not as central to their jobs,[…]
Once a fragmented sector in India, home health care is catching the attention of entrepreneurs and investors and becoming an organized, technology-led industry in the country.
Artificial intelligence and people analytics are allowing more and more of management tasks to become automated — but can they adapt to the all-too-human needs of employees?
Firms are increasingly handing out performance-based bonuses instead of pay raises — and it’s an indicator that employers, not employees, hold all the cards in the job market.
Research by Wharton health care management professor Jonathan Kolstad finds that showing physicians how they rate against peers is a powerful motivator for improving their game.
Can creativity be fostered in the workplace, and if so, how can it be managed?
Better models of care will go a long way toward spurring health care providers to make better choices between increased costs and improved outcomes, Wharton's Mark Pauly writes.
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Adopting a new model to treat such illnesses as diabetes and hypertension can cut down on hospital ER visits, according to new research by Wharton professor Guy David and four[…]