Feeling like an intellectual fraud can hamper actual job performance. But there is a solution.
Wharton Executive Education
The “intangible assets” people bring to their jobs are valuable — but challenging to quantify.
The impact of artificial intelligence on the future of work and organizations was a popular topic.
Martha E. Mangelsdorf
With people living longer than ever, there must be a way to promote regular education.
The future belongs to those who possess flexible talents, nerve, and personal speed.
Making the right decision about which projects to pursue should be easy. But it often isn’t.
To inspire company builders, entrepreneurship education needs a common language and apprenticeships.
Some companies are using assessment tools to help identify employees with leadership potential.