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Recent Wharton research examines a new approach to assigning patients to doctors in the ER.
What’s making Americans so anxious? Author Ruth Whippman says it’s the notion that happiness must be pursued above all else.
In a recent book, management consultant Dan Roam explains why doodles and drawings are the among the best ways to convey information.
Walmart reportedly wants to enter the online retail market in India. Will this be a game changer?
Physicians are learning to create deeper relationships with patients to improve health outcomes, says Cleveland Clinic neurologist Adrienne Boissy.
America did not elect its first female president. Women executives also still face bias, which could remain into the next century, a McKinsey report says.
Frank Ahrens was a reporter for The Washington Post before joining Hyundai as head of communications and experiencing culture shock upon moving to Seoul.
Becoming a one-stop shop seems logical because firms can keep all of a client’s business. But it actually erodes value, Wharton research shows.
New Wharton research shows that workers at the middle and bottom of the wage scale felt the largest negative effects from the erosion of the link between firm size and[…]
Phased retirements, bridge jobs, “un-retirement” and second and third acts are becoming increasingly attractive to workers—and to their employers.