Virtual 2020 Wharton Leadership Conference Speaker Series

In partnership with the 2020 Wharton Leadership Conference, the Center for Human Resources, and the McNulty Leadership Program, we invite you to attend a series of virtual events titled: Leadership in the Wake of COVID-19: What Enterprise Leaders Will Need to Survive and Prosper in the Years Ahead. Thanks toRead More

K@W Article: China’s Pork Industry: A New Effort to Help Farmers Modernize

This article first appeared in Knowledge@Wharton’s Management section  on June 13, 2018   China is the largest world’s pork producer, accounting for more than half the total production of a little over 113 million tons, according to the latest data; it is the largest consumer of pork as well. However, China’sRead More

2017 Global Alumni Forum Highlights

Browse through photos, video, and more to relive this fantastic experience, and continue your pursuit of lifelong learning with interviews from Bloomberg News and an insightful special report from Knowledge@Wharton.

Research: Is ‘Conflict’ a New Marketing Tool?

This opinion piece by Alby Anand Kurian was originally published on the Knowledge@Wharton site on Feb 23, 2017 Conflict as a Marketing Tool (CAMT) has its roots not in marketing but in screenplay writing. You will find frameworks for screenplay writing in textbooks on the subject — Syd Field’s Screenplay:Read More

What will Trump’s Cabinet Picks Mean for the Environment?

Eric Orts, Wharton Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics & Management, and the Director of the Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership Eric Orts and Jody Freeman  discuss Trump’s cabinet appointments and the future of environmental protections and research. Note: This interview was previously published as a Knowledge@Wharton article onRead More