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What jobs will AI replace?
Automation is beneficial to the bottom line, but it can’t replace the unique qualities that consumers crave in some products and services. Wharton’s Stefano Puntoni explains.
Hey Google, does voice yield better results than typing
As voice assist becomes more common, how does it affect the way consumers search for products online? Wharton’s Shiri Melumad has the answer in her latest paper, which looks at the difference between spoken and typed search queries.
What went wrong at Bed Bath & Beyond
Wharton’s Barbara Kahn analyses the downfall of Bed Bath & Beyond, which went from dominating the housewares market to filing for bankruptcy.
Overcoming the 'Motherhood Penalty'
A new study of professional working mothers in Sweden finds that many turn to entrepreneurship after encountering the "motherhood penalty" at work.
Crisis leadership: Harness the experience of others
How "vicarious learning" can prepare you and your team to weather any crisis.
Does money buy happiness? Here’s what the research says
Reconciling previously contradictory results, researchers from Wharton and Princeton find a steady association between larger incomes and greater happiness for most people but a rise and plateau for an unhappy minority.
The brewing backlash over rewards programmes
Customers are unhappy when their favourite retailers make it harder to earn rewards.
ChatGPT passed an MBA exam. What’s next?
Wharton professors Christian Terwiesch and Ethan Mollick weigh in on ChatGPT and why the controversial software has limitless potential to improve education, business, and a range of industries.
Why hybrid work will reign in 2023
Wharton management professor Martine Haas says now that hybrid work has been around for a while, companies need to spend the next year figuring out what works best and refining their policies.
A key to better leadership: Confident humility
Why the best leaders embody both confidence and humility.
What the FTX collapse means for the cryptocurrency market
The rapid fall of FTX makes clear that better regulation is necessary to protect investors and reduce crime in the cryptocurrency market.
Building a team to lead in a crisis
Crises are experienced in different ways by different people at different levels of an organisation or ecosystem.
Top tips for persuading others
Increase your influence and get more of what you want by mastering the art of persuasion.
Succeeding with hybrid work: Focus on five Cs
If you’re struggling to manage a hybrid team or workforce, start by understanding five key challenges, says Wharton’s Martine Haas.
Motivator in Chief: Getting the most from your team
One of managers’ primary responsibilities is motivating their teams to do their best work - and feel a sense of fulfillment in the process.
Surviving ‘Tech Bubble 2.0’
Wharton’s David Erickson explains the challenges facing high-growth firms in a market that has some striking similarities to - as well as key differences from - the dotcom bubble of 2000.
How will Twitter change?
Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter will undoubtedly reshape the company. But Wharton experts say Musk’s desire to unlock the platform’s free speech potential may not be a winning business strategy.
Is this the end of globalisation?
The war in Ukraine has sparked doomsday predictions about the end of globalisation, but Wharton’s Exequiel (Zeke) Hernandez says the dependencies countries have on each other are here to stay.
What can leaders learn from Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy?
While his country is in crisis, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is emerging as a masterful communicator and charismatic leader whose management style is reminiscent of some of the greatest statesmen in history.
Questions to help you pick your next leader
What questions should you ask in the final interview to help you decide who is best qualified to lead one of your premier divisions or functions?
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