About Wharton

The Wharton Difference: Leadership and business acumen that drive performance

Global Perspective

Wharton brings a diverse, global perspective to the classroom, unlocking the value and opportunity that come from examining issues across business, cultural, and geographic boundaries.


Wharton delivers knowledge with analytical rigor rooted in evidence-based research and extensive industry experience, translated into actionable strategies by our expert faculty.

Wharton Impact

Each year, more than 10,000 executives worldwide choose Wharton to advance their leadership at every level and make an impact on their organization.

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Executives around the world choose Wharton Executive Education to help them navigate the speed of change in today’s marketplace.

Wharton Executive Education’s programs are highly experiential learning experiences that are designed to advance leaders at every level. Send a small group of executives to an open-enrollment program to further leverage the value and impact of a program across an organization.
Starting from an initial and thorough needs assessment, Wharton draws on the expertise of our dedicated Faculty, Client Relations, and Program Management teams to design and deliver custom programs that are optimal for our clients.
Using the latest technology, Wharton offers executive education online designed to reach all levels of a company’s workforce, regardless of employee locations.

Wharton Client Experiences

I can honestly say that I have applied almost everything I learned at Wharton to my current projects at work. Wharton has sharpened my strategic deal-making skills.”

Elzandi OosthuizenVP, Global Strategy, Monsanto Company

Pierre Hermant says Wharton provides a supportive, trusting learning environment for executives.

Client Successes: Braskem

How can a fast-growing global chemical company create a global leadership mindset among its high-potential managers worldwide while expanding into new markets? That was the challenge facing Brazilian-based Braskem, Latin America’s largest petrochemical company.

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Our Faculty

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Martine Haas, PhD

Associate Professor of Management, The Wharton School

Professor Haas is an award-winning teacher whose work focuses on collaboration in global, knowledge-intensive organizations. Her research and teaching interests include global teams, information technology use, and organizational behavior. She has worked for McKinsey & Company, and as a consultant to organizations including the World Bank, the BBC, and the Tate Modern.

Dealing with a Bad Boss (and Other Difficult People)

In Wharton’s Leading and Managing People program, participants come with a challenge to resolve. Often they’re dealing with a difficult person, whether an unsupportive boss, an uncooperative direct report, or a disgruntled customer.

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Get More of What You Want by Improving Your Ask

Many people suffer from ask-aversion. They want a raise, or a loan, or even a favor, but they don’t want to ask. And if they do, it’s often a haphazard attempt, leaving the result to chance. Follow a five-step method to improve your ask.

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Separating Better Data from Big Data: Where Analytics Is Headed

Ten years ago, the most forward-thinking companies were just starting to dive into the potential of data and analytics. Since then, the field has grown exponentially. Former and current directors of the Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative (WCAI) discuss how analytics has developed over time, and what they expect to be the key trends over the next decade.

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The Campus Experience

The Wharton School is part of the historic University of Pennsylvania, a vibrant university located in the city of Philadelphia. We deliver executive education programs in PhiladelphiaSan Francisco, and Beijing and at partner sites across the globe.