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Leaders from the largest public health care system in the U.S. describe the four-pronged approach they have used to hold their team together during the pandemic.
What’s behind the continually bare shelves at grocery stores in some U.S. cities? Wharton experts explain how the crisis has caused supply chain disruptions.
At Penn’s Women in Data Science conference, representatives from the field discussed some of the obstacles to working successfully in an area that’s still dauntingly opaque to many.
As more Americans live longer lives, innovative products based on public-private partnerships could help to finance them, according to experts at the 2020 Pension Research Council Symposium.
The current environment underscores how important it is that the U.S. government operate with the latest innovations and capabilities in hand, write John Goodman and Ira Entis from Accenture Federal Services in this opinion piece.
The pandemic will reverse the trends of globalization and urbanization, leading to profound longer-term costs, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.
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Having the right strategies in place determines which AI projects succeed and which do not, writes Wharton’s Kartik Hosanagar in this opinion piece.
Wharton’s Lawton R. Burns and Ingrid Nembhard have co-authored a five-point strategy guide for health care leaders during these uncertain times.
When stores start to reopen, the pandemic will have left an indelible footprint on how U.S. consumer-facing businesses operate, writes the Conference Board’s Denise Dahlhoff in this opinion piece.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, volunteer organizations like Off Their Plate are making an impact on several fronts.
How will the world look following the COVID-19 pandemic? A recent Tarnopol Dean’s Lecture at Wharton provided some answers through the lens of three sectors — health care, finance and technology.