The K@W Network:
Wharton professor Adam Grant interviews Walter Issacson about his biography on Leonardo da Vinci. The biggest takeaway: "Stay curious about everything."
Walter Isaacson, who's written a slew of well-received books on famous figures such as Einstein and Benjamin Franklin, discusses his latest on Leonardo da Vinci.
Microfinance pioneer Muhammad Yunus explains how making everyone an entrepreneur could eliminate poverty, unemployment and environmental devastation.
Acting Comptroller of the Currency Keith Noreika discusses the regulator's view of fintech with Wharton finance professor Richard Herring.
A public rift has opened between Donald Trump and CEOs upset by his comments following the white supremacist rally in Charlottesvile. What are the lessons in branding and leadership?
Ruth Shaber, founder of Tara Health Foundation, discusses how her organization aims to improve the health and well-being of women and girls through the creative use of philanthropic capital.
Former Chanel CEO Maureen Chiquet discusses her new book about her career and what's ahead for retail in the digital age.
Raj Gupta, former CEO of specialty chemicals firm Rohm and Haas, shares insights from his professional and personal journey.
Olympian Bonnie St. John shares the five steps that help to develop resilience, from her new book.
Sarah Hurwitz, former speechwriter for Michelle Obama, shares stories from her years in the White House and offers tips for how we all can become stronger storytellers.