We hope you enjoyed the Wharton Future of Work Conference!
Watch sessions you missed (or watch your favorite speakers again!) by viewing
recordings from the event on the Wharton Future of Work Playlist.
Wharton People Analytics hosted the inaugural
Wharton Future of Work Conference
on April 7, 2022.
The event brought together a slate of speakers that included
Microsoft Chairman and CEO Satya Nadella talking with Adam Grant,
growth mindset pioneer Carol Dweck in conversation with Angela Duckworth,
and Organizational psychologist and Founder of APS Intelligence John Amaechi.
We discussed everything from burnout, to hybrid work, and the 4-day work week,
along with the great resignation, fair pay, and the surprising power of regrets.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft
Satya Nadella is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft. Known as an empathetic, transformational leader, he is a role model for all of us who seek to create a thriving workplace culture.
Psychologist & Stanford Professor
Dr. Dweck’s research has demonstrated the critical role of mindsets in achievement and has led to successful interventions to foster learning. This research has been used by schools, businesses, and sports organizations around the world.
Organizational psychologist and Founder of APS Intelligence
There are many things to tell you about John. Obviously there’s all the usual Bio stuff; respected organizational psychologist, an OBE, Chartered Scientist, elected Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health, bestselling New York Times author, Research Fellow at the University of East London, and Founder of APS Intelligence…
New York Times best selling author and host of Revisionist History
Malcolm Gladwell is the author of seven New York Times bestsellers, including The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, Talking to Strangers, and The Bomber Mafia. He is the co-founder and President of the audio production company Pushkin Industries, which is the home to his popular podcast “Revisionist History,” as well as his most recent audiobook Miracle and Wonder, an innovative audio biography of Paul Simon.
Wharton People Analytics 9th Annual
Congratulations to our Winning Teams!
This year, the University of Pennsylvania’s Division of Human Resources partnered with Wharton People Analytics to explore the impact of the Great Resignation/Migration on their own community. Post-secondary students from various schools and degree programs created analytics-driven solutions to a real-world challenge and competed for $25,000 in cash prizes. Thank you to all the participants and judges for a successful competition!
We would like to thank Prasad Setty for funding the Case Competition prizes. We appreciate his commitment to enhancing student opportunities and advancing people analytics as a force for good.
The Wharton People Analytics Conference is driven by a team of competitively selected students working in partnership with our faculty.