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Tackling unemployment and the “skills gap” needs to happen at the corporate, state and local levels, experts say.
Phased retirements, bridge jobs, “un-retirement” and second and third acts are becoming increasingly attractive to workers—and to their employers.
Well-known biographer Walter Isaacson talked about Steve Jobs’ and Ben Franklin’s genius for collaborative leadership at the recent launch of the McNulty Leadership Program at Wharton.
Former Frontier Communications CEO Maggie Wilderotter recounts her career journey back when cable and the internet were taking flight.
The public discussion over the future of work has followed a storyline that says technology and globalization are coming to whisk your job away. But behind the obvious forces, other[…]
The e-commerce giant’s CEO told the Wharton People Analytics Conference why self-managing organizations like Zappos are the only ones that can survive into the future.
The indications from the research are unequivocal, according to the father of behavioral economics: When it comes to decision-making, algorithms are superior to people.
At this year’s Wharton Business Plan Competition, one team took home more prizes than any predecessor. Check out the field of finalists – and make your guess for the winner.
In most other prosperous developed economies, apprenticeship programs are recognized as a great way for employees to get training, and for companies to get skilled workers. So why not in[…]
Many think flawed bonus rules at financial institutions helped cause the financial crisis. But the evidence is thin, and new proposals to prevent a repeat may be easily thwarted.