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Jonah Berger takes us inside the conscious and unconscious ways that social influences shape our decisions.
The era of chatbots is here, with tech giants making a big push for their mass market adoption.
According to author Dan Shapiro, negotiating emotionally charged conflicts can be resolved with the same set of tools, whether at home or at work -- and even in intractable international[…]
New Wharton research shows that there is an important downside to thinking about a backup plan – it may actually cause people to exert less effort toward their primary goal.
If your company has diversity challenges, look to data, argues Iris Bohnet, author of 'What Works.'
New Wharton research takes a closer look at the usefulness and accuracy of performance reviews – with some surprising results.
Organizations can learn to measure the attributes that make for good managers and team players to improve performance, says Google’s head of people analytics.
Most U.S. employers have incentive programs designed to nudge workers toward better health. But according to Wharton’s David Asch, those programs don't adequately deal with the human element.
Retailers are still struggling to create a truly integrated online and offline experience. To succeed, they must start using innovative technology more strategically.
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[…]