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An international consumer brand challenged students to mine its data for revenue-boosting insights at a recent “Datathon” hosted by Wharton Customer Analytics.
Artificial intelligence needs to simplify radiologists’ work before they adopt it widely, write Ulysses Isidro and Saurabh Jha from Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine in this opinion piece.
The transition back to a physical workplace promises to come with perils both real and perceived, as well as new kinds of tensions, Wharton experts say.
Wharton’s Katherine Milkman talks with psychologist Maria Konnikova about her new book, ‘The Biggest Bluff,’ and how we can make decisions in an environment in which we have very little control.
The quality of their relationships will be the differentiating factor for CFO success, write Catherine Dixon and her co-authors in this opinion piece.
Investors can use smart models to brave market slumps, but they have short memories and often repeat mistakes, says Wharton’s Joao Gomes.
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Contact tracing is critical to reopening society. But are the apps for that any good? Penn’s Lyle Ungar answers that question and more in this opinion piece.
Research by Wharton’s Gerard Cachon explores how the principles of operations management can help explain voter behavior and strengthen democracy.
Santosh Misra, CEO of the Tamil Nadu e-Governance Agency, speaks with Wharton’s Raghuram Iyengar about how his team has dealt with the pandemic.
Growth in investors’ fortunes does not necessarily have to be at the expense of other stakeholders, according to a new book by London Business School professor Alex Edmans.
New Wharton research explores why consumers are more willing to share personal information when communicating on a smartphone compared with a computer.