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Our Manufacturing, Energy, Technology, and Consumer Products Practice works with corporate clients and Wharton faculty to create learning experiences that produce meaningful results based on targeted objectives.
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How many times do you check the "Agree" button when asked if you've read the "Privacy Policy"? With new changes to General Mills' "Privacy Policy" you may be agreeing, without knowing it, to not sue the company after buying their product, downloading coupons, or even simply liking their Facebook page.
The food company General Mills added language to its website to alert customers that they cannot take legal action against the company if they download coupons, enter a contest or connect with it in other ways.
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VIDEO: What are the implications for business practitioners, consumers and regulators when loans are taken out of a 401(k) pension plans?
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Nancy Rothbard, Faculty Director of our new #Women’s Executive Leadership program (http://whr.tn/1orUiFZ) spoke with +US News & World Report about the program and how it was designed to "address both leadership skills and business acumen".
Women should join a variety of student groups to expand their network, but can particularly benefit from groups that are for women.
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Knowledge@Wharton provides some advice to General Motors – and its CEO – on how best to make amends for recent setbacks.
GM has gone from being hailed as a comeback kid to getting mired in a crisis that has been linked to at least 13 deaths. How can the company – and its CEO – best make amends?
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Integrating Finance and Strategy for Value Creation (http://whr.tn/PZxqha) is designed to give you a broader perspective on finance and explain the interaction between finance and the various functions of an organization.
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Earlier this week, we shared Professor Adam Grant's interview with Arianna Huffington about her new book "Thrive". If you missed it, watch and read Arianna's thoughts on rebalancing your priorities and how she is encouraging her employees to do the same.
A fall caused by exhaustion led Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post, on a journey toward redefining success.
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By challenging your current assumptions about leadership, The Leadership Journey program will help you discover what to keep, what to change, and what to develop in yourself as a leader: http://whr.tn/1pgwUvx
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With the number of people starting businesses in the US back to pre-recession levels, who are the people creating businesses right now?
Recessions tend to push people into entrepreneurship. Those who might never consider starting a business will do so if they can't get a job. As our economy gets stronger, a smaller percentage of the population is starting businesses, according to the Kauffman Foundation's Index of Entrepreneurial Activity, released a few days [...]
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"We see ourselves as learning architects. We partner with our clients to amass the best set of faculty, outside experts, learning methodologies to really achieve results for our partners." http://whr.tn/1oqB4Ak
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Wharton Executive Education: Knowledge for Action
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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.