Mario Moussa, a lecturer in Wharton’s Executive Education program and co-author of Committed Teams: Three Steps to Inspiring Passion and Performance, recently had a unique opportunity to observe the formation and success – or failure – of teams. He and his co-authors ran Wharton students through a week-long, intensive business simulation, where teams of people with no previous context or knowledge of each other must work together to achieve a goal.
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Michele Landon has helped drive the development of multiple new service offerings from within Ernst & Young. She and her colleague, Ross Parket, break down some of the key challenges and opportunities internal innovators must take on to build new businesses inside businesses
Dr. John Camillus, professor of strategy and former Associate Dean at the Katz Graduates School of Business at the University of Pittsburg and author of Wicked Strategies (https://www.amazon.com/Wicked-Strategies-Complexity-Competitors-Rotman-UTP/dp/1442650559) has spent two decades studying the challenge of building strategy in fast-paced, complex, and uncertain environments and helping clients do so.