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Isn't it time to learn new tools to analyze your competitors and anticipate their actions and reactions to your strategic moves? Our Competitive Marketing Strategy program (http://whr.tn/1GUgyAI) will help you design both preemptive and reactive marketing strategies for competitive advantage.
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Taking place in New York and San Francisco, the Business Strategy & Operational Execution program (http://whr.tn/1GUgcu5) provides a bridge between the two essential elements of long-term strategy and daily operations.
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Using these 5 techniques, and turning them into regular rituals, can make the difference between success and failure. Incorporate one or more as part of your routine to help you stay energized and working toward your goals.
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Does your company currently have a volunteering program set up? Employee volunteering is a great gateway into corporate giving for small companies. Here are things you can do at your company to start your own successful giving program.
It’s National Volunteer Week this week, and that has me thinking about volunteerism in the workplace. It’s a funny thing: People talk about it a lot, but it’s rare that you see it in action — especially from the top down, and especially in smaller companies. In this week’s post, [...]
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California's drought-related water usage regulations will work best if they become a social norm, says Wharton's Howard Kunreuther.
California's drought-related water usage regulations will work best if they become a social norm, says Wharton's Howard Kunreuther.
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There are things you can do as a manager to optimize your working relationship with an employee who processes information in a different way. Utilize these three best practices to better communicate with those you manage on a daily basis.
There are things you can do as a manager to optimize your working relationship with an employee who processes information in a different way.
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With the pace of change showing no signs of slowing down, senior leaders need continuous knowledge to stay ahead. The Wharton Fellows program (http://whr.tn/1rv5r3U) which will take place in Israel, San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Singapore in 2016.
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With their core business (placing banner ads) floundering, see how Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's bet on mobile is already paying off for the company.
Almost three years in, Mayer's Yahoo is still a work in progress. But it's made real progress in reinventing itself for the smartphone era.
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Learn to accurately assess the competition, design a compelling strategy, and leverage your firm’s capabilities to full advantage all during our Strategic Thinking and Management program (http://whr.tn/1qQdWeT) June 15–19 in Philadelphia.
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If you're launching out on your own, you're going to need as big and as safe a personal network as possible. Keep these tips in mind when leaving one job to start another.
If you're launching out on your own, you're going to need as big and as safe a personal network as possible. Keep these tips in mind.
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“More than 80% of our revenue comes from people viewing ads on mobile devices. Inside Twitter, we talk and think mobile first.” — Shailesh Rao, VP of emerging markets for Twitter
Twitter has changed advertising, a development that company vice president Shailesh Rao describes as a positive-sum game for traditional and social media.
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Wharton’s People Analytics Conference last week underscored the key feature of management in the big data era. It is no longer leaders vs. geeks. The soft skills of leadership still matter a lot.
Wharton’s People Analytics Conference last week underscored the key feature of management in the big data era. It is no longer leaders vs. geeks. The soft skills of leadership still matter a lot. But when it comes to vision and strategy, leaders must be able to see the horizon amid the blizzard of information swirling around them. Better leaders make better decisions. Better decisions are the product of better analysis, and the frontier of analys...
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Founded in 1881 as the first collegiate business school, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania is recognized globally for intellectual leadership and ongoing innovation across every major discipline of business education. With a broad global community and one of the most published business school faculties, Wharton creates ongoing economic and social value around the world. The School has 5,000 undergraduate, MBA, executive MBA, and doctoral students; more than 9,000 annual participants in executive education programs; and a powerful alumni network of 88,000 graduates.


Informed by in-depth academic research and extensive industry experience, Wharton Executive Education programs offer a supportive and challenging context from which participants gain the skills necessary for their next level of executive development. In open-enrollment and customized programs, participants from a diverse range of industries interact with Wharton faculty. With a profound influence on global business, Wharton faculty are the trusted advisors of corporations and governments worldwide.