Wharton Stories: Network

Since the Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative was founded 10 years ago, analytics have moved out of the back office and into headlines and C-suites. Wharton Professors Eric Bradlow, Pete Fader, and Raghu Iyengar reflect on the changes.

Top 5 Developments in Analytics From 10 Years of the Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative

During his “walk-and-talk” office hours, Prof. Kartik Hosanagar connects with students outside the classroom in a unique way. The influential researcher and entrepreneur trades insights and conversations with students on his daily walking commute.

How This Professor Goes the Extra Mile to Build Connections Inside and Outside the Classroom

In this Wharton Scale School workshop, our expert panel offers recommendations on how companies can address the challenges of multiple products and product managers.

Beyond the Core: How to Become a Multi-Product Company

“My work experiences really help me pull out examples of concepts that people can connect with, and also allow me to speak about the messiness and complexity of life in organizations, which can’t be ignored when thinking about how to apply textbook strategies to the real world.”

How This Tech Manager Transitioned from Research Consumer to Research Producer in Wharton’s PhD Program

“I realized how fascinating the job of a researcher is. I was 21 then — I changed most of my plans and invested the following years to get into a PhD program, and I am more convinced every day that was the right thing to do.”

Why This PhD Candidate Changed His Plans from Consulting to Academic Research

“By working with great professors, I can see firsthand how it all works, what they do day-to-day, and model myself after them.”

PhD Student Talks About the Diverse Skill Set You Need to Become a Professor

“If you dream up something and think of a good way to test it, there are plenty of funds, plenty of people to work with or consult, and faculty with great relationships and tremendous resources. For anything you want done, there’s a way to get it done here.”

Why This PhD Student Says Wharton Makes It Easy to Be Successful