Wharton Stories: Podcast

“Employers should make the resources available to their staff that the staff need, and the staff need to take personal responsibility for respecting certain basic new rules for the time being.”

The World Health Organization Rep. Shares Her COVID-19 Prediction for the Coming Months

How will COVID-19’s impact the way we work?

Temporary Shift or New Reality? How Work May Change Post-Pandemic

During this time of rapid adoption of technology, how can companies use digital tools to stay afloat and stay relevant? Scott Synder weighs in.

All Leaders Need to ‘Think Digital’ in the Age of COVID-19

Working from home can be difficult, but online platforms like Slack are offering creative solutions to keep workers connected.

Slack CFO: How to Lead a Team When Working Remotely

Wharton Prof. Adi Wyner digs into the statistics about the COVID-19 outbreak and offers insights into what the numbers mean.

Making Sense of Coronavirus Statistics

Like every industry, the arts have been hit hard by the COVID-19 outbreak. Musical organizations like The Philadelphia Orchestra are quickly learning how to adapt to a new normal during and after the virus.

How The Philadelphia Orchestra is Adjusting to Performances without an Audience

Chef Jose Garces said restaurant owners should consider how the outbreak may diminish consumer appetite for public dining.

Chef Jose Garces: How Coronavirus Is Changing the Restaurant Industry

The course, led by Wharton Management Professor Mauro Guillen, will teach students about the effects of events like coronavirus (COVID-19) on businesses and economies.

A New Real-Time Course Responds to Coronavirus Outbreak

From the Turing Test to IBM’s Jeopardy–winning Watson, artificial intelligence has continuously pushed the status quo. How can people in business better understand and use this growing technology?

Using Artificial Intelligence in Business: A Talk with Kartik Hosanagar

Can science help us improve communication in advertising? Prof. Michael Platt believes the answer is yes.

What Neuroscience Can Tell Us About Political Advertising