Wharton Stories: Business Education & Evolution

During his keynote for the 2019 WCAI Conference, Chief Data & Analytics Officer A. Charles Thomas mapped out the evolution of analytics as he’s seen it in the last 20 years of his career.

General Motors’ A. Charles Thomas: Lessons Learned from a CDAO’s Journey from the Back Office to the C-Suite

Through two elective courses, an elaborate simulation, two books, and a Global Business Week in Finland and Sweden, Marketing Prof. Peter Fader offers EMBA students many opportunities to learn how customer centricity can drive profits.

What this Wharton Professor Wants Students to Know About Customer Centricity

Ettore Comi, WG’19, explains how Wharton’s rigorous admissions requirements, residential aspect, and leadership coaching set it apart from other programs.

The 3 Things That Set Wharton Apart for This EMBA Student

Robert Chen, WG’19, reflects on leadership lessons learned from the Marine Officer Candidate School.

4 Leadership Lessons Learned from Visiting the U.S. Marines at Quantico

In his new book, Prof. Kartik Hosanagar advocates for an “algorithmic bill of rights” that would shed light on how artificial intelligence actually influences consumers.

Humans in Control: Prof. Kartik Hosanagar Argues for an “Algorithmic Bill of Rights”

In her class on Taxes and Business Strategy, Prof. Blouin helps EMBA students develop a framework for understanding how taxes affect business decisions.

Accounting Prof. Jennifer Blouin Explains Why Everyone Needs to Understand Taxes

Greg Wallingford, WG’19, was practicing emergency medicine while studying full-time at Wharton, when MGMT 610 inspired him to create a leadership curriculum for physicians.

How a Wharton Class Inspired This ER Doctor to Equip Physicians with Leadership Skills

Students applied core concepts from their business courses to solve simulated challenges proposed by Vox Media during this immersive day-long competition.

Undergraduates Tackle Real Media Industry Challenges During This Year’s HuntsmanHacks

Katherine Klein (Wharton Social Impact Vice Dean), Shoshana Schwartz (Wharton doctoral student), and Sandi M. Hunt (Wharton Social Impact Senior Director) tackle the deceptively simple question, “What makes companies good employers for women?”, in a way that has not been done before.

New Wharton Research Defines What Makes Companies Good Employers for Women

From augmented reality to agriculture, these five Penn grads in the new Moelis Advance Access Program are taking risks their business passions before returning to Wharton for their MBAs.

Inaugural Moelis Fellows Share Why They Will Be Returning to Wharton for Their MBAs