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How Colleges — and Employers — Fail to Prepare Students for Work

Are colleges failing to prepare students for work? Or do employers have an unrealistic view of their labor supply chain? Wharton professor Peter Cappelli’s research finds fault on both sides.

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The Small Steps That Have a Big Impact on Achieving Goals

A number of seemingly small steps can make a big impact toward helping people face tough challenges or make a fresh start, says Wharton’s Katherine Milkman.

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The Hype is Dead, but MOOCs Are Marching On

Coursera co-founder Daphne Koller talks with Knowledge@Wharton about how MOOCs can maintain momentum even though the flurry of attention surrounding them has died down.

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To ‘Think Like a Freak,’ Start with These Three Words

Stephen Dubner, co-author of Think Like a Freak, discusses how to challenge conventional thinking and improve your decision-making.

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What Do Women Need? A Little Bit of Overconfidence

Authors Katty Kay and Claire Shipman look at research showing women lack self-assurance in their careers – and just as important, examine what to do about it.