The Wharton Business School
New York Times and USA Today best-selling author
Stuart Diamond is Emeritus Practice Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at The Wharton School of Business, and has taught and advised on negotiation and cultural diversity to corporate and government leaders in over 40 countries. He holds an M.B.A. with honors from Wharton Business School, BA from Rutgers and has taught negotiation at Harvard Law School. His book, “Getting More” is a New York Times bestseller and #1 USA Today business bestseller, having sold more than 1 million copies worldwide. “Getting More” is the foundation of Diamond’s award-winning course he teaches The Wharton School, the school’s most popular class in the past 15 years. The acclaimed mbaMission stated: “Wharton has several accomplished and popular professors who teach “Negotiations”, but students generally perceive Stuart Diamond as the ‘rock star’ of this elite bunch”
Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Media
Steve Forbes is one of the most widely respected financial prognosticators in the world today. Under Mr. Forbes’ leadership, Forbes Media has launched a variety of new publications and businesses, including: ForbesLife, Forbes Europe, Forbes Asia; and Forbes licensee editions published in over 36 countries. In 1996 Forbes entered the new media arena with the launch of Forbes.com. Through March 2014, Forbes.com, a leading business website, reached 27 million unique visitors, according to comScore worldwide.
The company’s flagship publication, Forbes, is the nation’s leading business magazine, with a circulation of more than 900,000. Forbes combined with Forbes Asia, Forbes Europe and the company's licensee editions together reach a worldwide audience of more than 5 million readers.
John C. Eldred
The Wharton School Family Business Program – Co-Founder
University of Pennsylvania Affiliated Faculty, Organizational Dynamics,
President, Transition One Associates
As lecturer in Wharton's Department of Management from 1979 until 1993, John Eldred developed the first Wharton graduate-level courses in the change process: Managing Organizational Change and Managing Organizational Transition. In 1980 he co-founded the internationally acclaimed Wharton School’s Family Business Program, which provided training and development for the founding generation of business owners. As President of Transition One Associates, he continues today in helping organizations and individuals facing major business transitions.
John’s work has been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the European Labor Relations Review, FastCompany Magazine, and on CBS News. He has an M.S. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Social Systems Science.
The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1881 through a donation by Philadelphia industrialist Joseph Wharton, making it the world's oldest collegiate business school. With over 300 standing professors, Wharton is also credited with having the world's most published and most cited business school faculty. The Wharton School's mission: “ Apply unparalleled intellectual resources to prepare business leaders who fuel the growth of industries and economies throughout the world.”
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