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Wharton’s Philip Tetlock discusses the widening chasm between science-based political forecasting and the sound bites from pundits that often miss the mark.
Many artists are not wired for business. With economics driving most from the field in the long run, can business training help?
Lego surprised Wall Street with its first drop in revenue in 13 years. Wharton's David Robertson looks at possible causes and suggests remedies for its business.
Most companies know that shifting to digital is key to their future. But many struggle with the process. A new book offers some advice.
When a CEO or high-profile employee makes a big mistake, is firing always the answer? Not necessarily, say experts -- a lot depends on the transgressor and the transgression.
The recent memo controversy at Google may not result in immediate gains for working women, but it casts a harsh light on underlying assumptions, say Wharton experts.
Indian state-owned firms are joining forces, with an aim to improve performance and create efficiencies.
Improvisation, or the art form called improv, may call to mind comedy shows but it is now also a serious business tool.
IBM, GE and other firms are embracing a management approach that calls for close teamwork and goes against the remote-worker trend. What are the potential gains?
When in a mess, apologize from your heart -- and quickly -- or else risk losing your reputation, warns former Medtronic CEO Arthur D. Collins, Jr.