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Actionable Insights to Prepare for What’s Next

The global pandemic has fundamentally changed the order of business. From marketing to sales, manufacturing to research development, the ground has been shaken. The Wharton Ready Livecast Series, fueled by the stellar, groundbreaking thought leadership of the world-renowned Wharton faculty, is a series of stimulating conversations brought to you by Wharton Executive Education.

In each Livecast, Wharton faculty will discuss:

  • Top priorities leaders should focus on now and in the post-COVID-19 era
  • How companies should change their strategy, marketing, communications, and HR policies
  • Action Steps to help leaders make critical decisions and guide their teams
  • Pressing questions you submit in real time

Next Upcoming Livecast

Schweitzer

Real Estate: Near-term Outlook and Beyond

MAISY WONG, PHD
Tuesday, August 18  |  10–10:30 a.m. EDT
The pandemic’s impact on the commercial real estate industry is profound, with challenges in both the short and long term. Professor Maisy Wong, assistant director of the Grayken Program in International Real Estate at the Zell/Lurie Real Estate Center, will discuss the important emerging trends and help the audience navigate these unique challenges.

In this session, Prof. Wong will discuss:

  • How this current real estate cycle is different
  • How to assess risk and what signposts to look for
  • Where and when distressed opportunities will emerge

Featured Past Livecasts

Wharton LIVE Virtual Programs

COVID-19 and the Markets: Economic Analysis

NICK ROUSSANOV, PHD
& JOAO GOMES, PHD

Thursday, May 28

Tremendous volatility in the financial markets has raised anxiety levels among both institutional and individual investors alike. What’s on the horizon and how can investors prepare for continuing uncertainty?

Wharton LIVE Virtual Programs

Building Smarter Supply Chains: Lessons from COVID-19

GAD ALLON, PHD
& SANTIAGO GALLINO, PHD
Tuesday, May 26

The pandemic has exposed catastrophic vulnerabilities and disruption to supply chains worldwide. As businesses move forward, what are the actions businesses should take to prepare for the new normal?

Michael Roberts

Financial Management in the Crisis and Beyond

MICHAEL ROBERTS, PHD
Thursday, May 21

It will take more than business strategy to survive this current economic crisis. What are the financial decisions that must be made now to ensure future viability? Professor Michael Roberts gives new insight on how to prepare for life after the pandemic.