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From marketing to management, modern business leaders can learn a lot from ancient Roman emperors, according to a new book.
Sticking to your guns might signal strength, but is it always the best course of action? In this opinion piece, Wharton dean Geoffrey Garrett reformulates three common leadership truisms.
During the 1960s and early 1970s, Jerrold Fine and his partners ran Wall Street’s top hedge fund. In a conversation about life and its lessons, he spoke about why he[…]
John Chambers shares hard-won lessons from his new book, "Connecting the Dots: Lessons for Leadership in a Startup World."
New Wharton research looks at the gender gap among high-achieving math students and its potential implications.
A new California law requires companies based in the state to include female directors on their boards. But will the law actually change how companies are run?
Newer business owners often find themselves either in a moment where everybody values you "higher than you deserve, or nobody's willing to give you anything," says author Maynard Webb.
GE has become, as one Wharton expert said, “a slow-motion train wreck.” Can a change at the top help turn it around?
Presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin chronicles the leadership skills of four U.S. presidents who led the nation through turbulent times, in her new book.
Mission statements and employee handbooks are fine, but what really matters in an organization is the clarity of purpose behind it all, says author Nick Craig.
As Jack Ma prepares to leave Alibaba, his career provides several key takeaways for fellow leaders and aspiring entrepreneurs in China.