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A new e-book co-authored by Wharton professor Kevin Werbach offers ideas for using game elements to engage customers, employees and others.
When a company’s board has a higher proportion of independent directors, the company behaves in a more transparent way. But which is the cause, and which is the effect? Wharton[…]
In collaboration with Prudential Investment Management
A great mismatch exists between developed markets' underperforming capital and the developing world's huge investment needs. But solutions are out there.
Cybersecurity is a multi-dimensional problem and yet public and private efforts to deal with attacks remain largely uncoordinated. In this opinion piece, David Lawrence, Jay Clayton, Frances Townsend and their[…]
Kohl’s didn’t merge its way to the top of the retail sector; instead, it clicked with customers by staying ahead of the curve on trends, former president Jay Baker says[…]
With the shedding of GE Capital, the manufacturing giant is returning to its industrial roots.
In collaboration with SAP
Business simplification is increasingly a strategic objective for organizations today. Yet, many corporations are not executing on simplification goals.
Former Kohl’s president Jay Baker discusses his decades-long career in retail and charts the retail chain’s path to success.
In the corporate world, businesses are regularly graded on the value of their assets. But when it comes to measuring their knowledge assets, value can be harder to gauge.
Finnish telecom equipment maker Nokia has a chance to reclaim a significant share of the telecom industry with its proposed purchase of Alcatel-Lucent.