Tepperspectives articles are insightful pieces written by or about the subject matter experts at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University.

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Breaking Gender Stereotypes in Professional Networks

Consider the unique challenges women face in high-status professional networks and the systemic changes needed for true equity.

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Inclusive Excellence in the Intelligent Future of Business

David Major explores how the Tepper School uses 'Inclusive Excellence' for innovative leadership in business education.

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The Difference Sponsorship Makes

Recognize that mentorship is important, but it takes sponsorship to help others rise to the top.

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AI’s Disruptive Potential in Business

R. Ravi and Anita Williams Woolley consider the transformative impact of AI in their article, highlighting its role in seamlessly integrating digitization with strategic planning and driving innovative solutions across various sectors.

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Giving Robots Rights or Rites?

Exploring the ethics of human-robot interactions, Tae Wan Kim questions whether robots should have rights or be treated as objects, advocating for a Confucian perspective that emphasizes communal responsibilities and rituals in collaborations.

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How AI is Enhancing Human-Driven Decisions

Advances are sparking a revolution in innovation and supercharging humanity’s ability to solve problems once thought to be unsolvable.