Cade Massey, PhD Practice Professor, Operations, Information and Decisions, The Wharton SchoolResearch Interests:People analytics, judgment under uncertainty, organizational behaviorAbout Cade: Cade Massey is a Practice Professor in the Wharton School’s Operations, Information, and Decisions Department. He received his PhD from the University of Chicago, and taught at Duke University and Yale University before moving to the University of Pennsylvania. Massey’s research focuses on judgment under uncertainty — how, and how well, people predict what will happen in the future. His work draws on experimental and “real world” data such as employee stock options, 401k savings, the National Football League draft, and graduate school admissions. His research has led to long-time collaborations with Google, Merck and multiple professional sports franchises. Massey’s research has been published in leading psychology and management journals, and covered by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, The Economist, The Atlantic, and National Public Radio. He has taught MBA and Executive MBA courses for 15 years, receiving teaching awards from Duke, Yale and Penn for courses on negotiation, influence, organizational behavior and human resources. Massey is faculty co-director of Wharton’s People Analytics Initiative, co-host of “Wharton Moneyball” on SiriusXM Business Radio, and co-creator of the Massey-Peabody NFL Power Rankings for the Wall Street Journal. Read full faculty bio on Wharton website Executive Education Programs Taught:Advanced Management ProgramTechnology, globalization, and constant change have made the job of leading a business more exciting, complex, and demanding. If you are leading, or are in line to lead your firm, Wharton’s flagship program empowers you to define and act on your purpose as a leader and strengthen your strategic prowess. Receive alumni status. Effective Decision Making: Thinking Critically and RationallyThere’s an art and science to making strategic business decisions. Explore the best practices and behaviors that lead to good decision-making habits. Learn how to effectively use critical thinking in business and gain a deeper understanding of the role personal judgment and emotions play in the decision-making process. Executive Development ProgramTransitioning from functional, unit, or regional management to general management requires new knowledge in areas such as finance, marketing, leadership, and strategy. This program prepares you for the complexities of organizational dynamics, cross-border communication, and global leadership. Executive Negotiation Workshop: Negotiate with ConfidenceIdentify and understand your own negotiation style and that of others to negotiate more effectively. Learn transformative techniques and acquire practical tools and frameworks that will improve your ability to negotiate both inside and outside your organization. HR Management and Analytics: Unlock the Value of Human Capital — ONLINEThis two-month online certificate program delves into topics that will help you to become a more strategic HR partner by gaining a holistic understanding of how HR management and data analytics intersect. Management Development Program: Develop Your Managerial Mindset — ONLINEReach your potential as a manager through this six-month program that blends hard and soft skills into one holistic learning experience, culminating with a live three-day on-campus experience. People Analytics: HR Transformation through DataAcademic DirectorDiscover how to transform people data into useful insight to improve the way people are managed and to enhance their value. Learn to apply analytical data to make more informed people-related decisions, and acquire better talent management tools for defining and cultivating organizational culture. Strategic Persuasion Workshop: The Art and Science of Selling IdeasAssess your personal persuasion style, and apply what you learn to your current challenges. This program provides tools to help you advance your cause in the organization, identify and remove barriers to persuading others, and learn the “Art of Woo” — winning others over.