The K@W Network:
When the world is uncertain, leaders at all levels must think strategically, communicate persuasively and act decisively, writes Wharton’s Michael Useem.
Workers have been conditioned to check their feelings at the door, but love makes for better business all around, says the author of a new book.
Farooq Kathwari shares his remarkable life’s journey, which has taken him from the politically divided region of Kashmir to Wall Street to the C-suite at Ethan Allen.
In a new book, New York Times reporter Mike Isaac chronicles the meteoric rise of Uber and the ultimate downfall of its hard-charging founder, Travis Kalanick.
Former Aetna CEO Ron Williams draws on his years of management experience to offer leadership advice in his new book.
Wharton’s Howard Kunreuther and Michael Useem explain why some firms find creative ways to cope with disasters while others do not.
Keshub Mahindra was at the helm of one of India’s top business groups for five decades. Now aged 95, he shares what life has taught him.
Leaders should stop focusing on output and achievement alone, and work on building the maturity required to lift up others, not just themselves, notes the author of a new book.
Armed with a sense of realistic optimism, we can navigate – and help to reverse – some worrisome global trends, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett in this opinion piece.
Resilience, passion, flexibility, focus, trust and people skills are as important as a winning idea in a successful startup, say experts from tGELF and the MiSK Foundation.
Shelley Boyce recounts how she turned a failing grade for a marketing plan into MedRisk, a multimillion-dollar company that provides managed physical medicine for the workers’ compensation industry.