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  • Wharton Professor Serguei Netessine says failure is part of the process when companies innovate their business models. Companies should learn to experiment and embrace failure, not fear it, when revamping their business models, he says. To learn more about Wharton's Business Model Innovation in the Digital Age, visit [INSERT BITLY]

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  • Wharton's Scaling Ventures: Developing the Playbook for Profitable Growth program, provides solutions to the critical challenges faced by growing companies. By the end of the program, you will know how to determine which approach to growth is most viable for your organization, transition for that growth, and be able to communicate an action plan that addresses strategic, financial, and leadership ...

Wharton Executive Education
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  • In Wharton's Scaling Ventures program, participants will explore two areas that are key to growth: people and processes. Specifically, this program will help participants assess their firm’s current organizational structure and determine how to resolve the common tension that exists in growing companies between hiring people for skills or for cultural fit. Wharton's Scaling Ventures program will a...

Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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  • A unicorn is a startup company valued at over $1 billion. "You hear about these unicorns in the media. But you gotta be really careful because recent research has shown that many of these unicorns aren't really unicorns once you do the evaluation correctly," says Wharton Adjunct Finance Professor David Wessels. To learn more about Wharton's Venture Capital program, visit: http://whr.tn/2G6lBE5

Wharton Executive Education
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  • Adjunct professor David Wessels says: "At Wharton Executive Education, we've put together a course (http://whr.tn/2G6lBE5) that will help both investors and founders find that partnership that's so critical for both parties to be successful. The investor is looking for protection, the founder is looking for flexibility. Both want each other to be successful in order to succeed together."

Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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  • Wharton Executive Education’s People Analytics: A Data-Driven Approach to Managing People will give you tools, ideas, and best practices that you can use to solve an existing challenge in your company. Professor Cade Massey says whether it is hiring, compensating, or retaining, “everyone has at least one issue with their people practices, and most people have multiple issues. This program will hel...

Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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  • Professor Cade Massey says the type of executive who can benefit from attending Wharton Executive Education's People Analytics: A Data-Driven Approach to Managing People is someone who is either a “champion” or a user of data. The champion is building analytics groups within the organization and/or evangelizing analytics tools, while a user is responsible for hiring, compensating, and retaining ta...

Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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  • Wharton Executive Education’s People Analytics: A Data-Driven Approach to Managing People will help you make more rigorous and evidence-based decisions about hiring, compensation, and retention. Professor Cade Massey also explores the frontiers of the field, using people analytics to build better teams and manage culture. You will come away better able to add significant value to your organization...

Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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  • A unicorn is a startup company valued at over $1 billion. "You hear about these unicorns in the media. But you gotta be really careful because recent research has shown that many of these unicorns aren't really unicorns once you do the evaluation correctly," says Wharton Adjunct Finance Professor David Wessels. To learn more about Wharton's Venture Capital program, visit:

Wharton Executive Education
Wharton Executive Education
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  • Adjunct professor David Wessels says: "At Wharton Executive Education, we've put together a course that will help both investors and founders find that partnership that's so critical for both parties to be successful. The investor is looking for protection, the founder is looking for flexibility. Both want each other to be successful in order to succeed together."

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