June 2018 •   Monthly Newsletter from Wharton Executive Education

  • Become a Leader of Leaders

    Leadership

    Become a Leader of Leaders

    Whether you are new to management or the CEO, you have to engage effectively with those at every level of the organization. Persuading, taking control, and bringing others along with you is a learned skill set, says management professor Mike Useem. It’s one you can hone at Wharton.
  • Business Model Innovation: Changing the Game with Existing Products and Customers

    Innovation

    Business Model Innovation: Changing the Game with Existing Products and Customers

    “Making seemingly small modifications to your current business models can create significant, and even game-changing, competitive differences,” says Wharton professor Serguei Netessine. A new program provides a how-to for business model innovation.
  • Building Trust: The Essential Ingredient for High-Performing Teams

    Leadership

    Building Trust: The Essential Ingredient for High-Performing Teams

    Trust: it’s what separates great teams from good ones. But building it seems like an elusive goal for many team leaders. Jeff Klein, executive director of Wharton’s McNulty Leadership Program, explains how one week-long program breaks it down.
  • Reduce Risk and Increase Profits with Adaptive Experimentation

    Nano Tools for Leaders ®

    Reduce Risk and Increase Profits with Adaptive Experimentation

    Many companies’ most expensive decisions, including those around new products, budget allocation, and pricing, are made without realistically comparing options. Instead, follow the lead of some of today’s most innovative and agile companies by using adaptive experimentation (AE) to improve business decisions.
  • Go Long: Why Long-term Thinking is Your Best Short-term Strategy

    Reading List

    Go Long: Why Long-term Thinking is Your Best Short-term Strategy

    In a new book, Wharton professor Mike Useem says CEOs must never “sell out the next decade in favor of next week.” He and his co-authors show through examples and an actionable plan how moving from short- to long-term thinking is better for companies and their shareholders.
  • Executive Development Program

    Executive Development Program

    Upcoming Program
    September 16 – 28, 2018 • Philadelphia, PA

    Advance strategic decision-making capabilities to think faster and more creatively. This two-week program provides the ideal preparation for executives looking to build capabilities for leading cross-border teams across job functions and countries.


Daphne Adele Haas-Kogan

Participant Stories

About Physician Leadership Academy:

“Wharton brought the perfect balance of academic rigor, practical advice, insights from finance experts, and inspirational talks and sessions. We all had different backgrounds but similar and overlapping challenges, so we most definitely learned from each other.”

Daphne Adele Haas-Kogan, MD,
Chair, Department of Radiation Oncology, Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center; Professor of Radiation Oncology, Harvard Medical School

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