Wharton professor and author of “The Future of the Office: Work from Home, Remote Work, and the Hard Choices We All Face,” unveils the tradeoffs employers and employees may have to accept in his new book.
In “Bringing Up the Boss: Practical Lessons for New Managers,” author Rachel Pacheco focuses on translating academic research, data, and real-life anecdotes to practical lessons and tools for emerging managers.
A new book from Annenberg’s Damon Centola describes why some ideas succeed while others fail and uses case studies to illustrate the science behind what drives change.
In “Making Money Moral,” authors Judith Rodin and Saadia Madsbjerg explore a burgeoning movement of bold and ambitious innovators.
A new book from Penn Medicine’s David Fajgenbaum chronicles his journey to beat Castleman disease, a rare disorder that he’s lived with for almost a decade.
A new book from economist Jeremy Greenwood looks at the effects of technological progress on home life.
When St. Joseph Aspirin for Children was introduced in the 1940s, it was formulated to be attractive in taste and color to its young audience. Dubbed “candy aspirin,” the product became popular—fast. As a consequence, aspirin poisonings of children under five skyrocketed.