EMBA Stories: Work/Life Balance

Sushma Taranal, WG’20, said, “This education opens doors internationally, and I have the knowledge, network, and confidence to be a leader anywhere.”

Why Wharton’s EMBA Program Was Worth the Commute from Denmark to Philadelphia

“Organizations can achieve long-lasting competitive advantage by leveraging the way they manage people,” said Prof. John Paul MacDuffie, who teaches Managing the Enterprise.

What Wharton Prof. John Paul MacDuffie Wants Students to Know about Human Capital and Competitive Advantage

Camille Castro, WG’23, Fitz Reid, WG’23, Angela Romero, WG’23, and Mini Thangaswamy, WG’23, received scholarships for their commitment to advancing women in business.

Meet This Year’s Forté Fellows in Wharton’s EMBA Program

As senior advisor for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Loan Programs Office, Joe Andronaco, WG’01, is tapping into the Wharton network for innovative solutions to global warming.

How Wharton is Helping this Alumnus Tackle Climate Change

Senior Fellows Patrizio Cernetti, WG’16, and Jon Soberg, WG’09, mentor students working on real-world data projects.

How Wharton Customer Analytics Connects Alumni, Students, and Companies

Chez Uzoh, WG’20, whose kids were 5 and 2 when he came to Wharton’s EMBA program, said the keys to success are planning, communication, and prioritization.

How this Energy Expert Managed Work, School, and Kids with a Commute from Texas

Kevin Hanson, WG’20, shares six steps that helped him juggle his job at Google with school and toddlers.

How this Dad Balanced Wharton, Work, and Young Kids

San Francisco students can catch up with Wharton Prof. Gad Allon by running with him along the bay during his 6:00am “moving office hours.”

From Strategy Class to Jogging Office Hours: Why this Operations Professor Enjoys Teaching EMBA Students

After being “in the trenches” together for two years at Wharton, classmates are “the obvious first calls we make when we need advice or see an opportunity,” said Clay Andrus, WG’19, who now works with Nick Smith, WG’19, and Dan McCarty, WG’19.

Why EMBA Alumni Often End Up Working Together

Wharton Prof. Adam Grant and Dean Erika James share five ways executives can rethink their assumptions about what it means to be a good business leader.

The Key to Becoming a Better Leader? Question Your Assumptions