Wharton Stories: EMBA

Through two elective courses, an elaborate simulation, two books, and a Global Business Week in Finland and Sweden, Marketing Prof. Peter Fader offers EMBA students many opportunities to learn how customer centricity can drive profits.

What this Wharton Professor Wants Students to Know About Customer Centricity

Raj Ratnakar, WG’05, comes to campus several times a year to mentor current students and talk to prospective applicants about how Wharton impacted his career.

How Wharton’s EMBA Program Helped this Alum Transition from Software Entrepreneur to Chief Strategy Officer

Ettore Comi, WG’19, explains how Wharton’s rigorous admissions requirements, residential aspect, and leadership coaching set it apart from other programs.

The 3 Things That Set Wharton Apart for This EMBA Student

What started as a carpool for Parniyan Cagatay, Karthik Kalpat, Yash Arekapudi, and Nima PourNejatian (WG’19) quickly turned into a study group, support group, and even an informal family.

From Carpools to Nights Out: How 4 Students Bonded in Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives

Robert Chen, WG’19, reflects on leadership lessons learned from the Marine Officer Candidate School.

4 Leadership Lessons Learned from Visiting the U.S. Marines at Quantico

In her class on Taxes and Business Strategy, Prof. Blouin helps EMBA students develop a framework for understanding how taxes affect business decisions.

Accounting Prof. Jennifer Blouin Explains Why Everyone Needs to Understand Taxes

Julian Gomez Faustino, WG’20, came to Wharton’s MBA Program for Executives for its undiluted MBA and global focus.

Why This Chief Risk Officer Says Wharton Is Worth the Commute from Mexico City

From the importance of teamwork to better communication, Aaron Jacob, WG’19, values the “soft skills” he will take away after graduation.

4 Leadership Lessons from My First Year in Wharton’s EMBA Program

Dr. Jared Tadje, WG’20, shares time management strategies that are helping him explore new opportunities in healthcare and gain different perspectives.

How this Orthopedic Surgeon and Father of Seven Balances School, Work, and Family

Eric Winston, WG’20, was interviewed on Wharton’s XM Radio show Moneyball, where he explained why he “wants players to get more out of football than football will get out of them.”

President of NFL Players Association Talks Football, Data, and Wharton’s EMBA Program