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Monday 3/27
4:00 am – 6:00 am In The Workplace
In The Workplace

Whether you work for yourself, employ others, or punch a clock every day, we all face challenges in the workplace. Internationally recognized management specialist Peter Cappelli and employment attorney Dan O’Meara help you navigate the challenges of being an employer and an employee. Learn the art of hiring the right people, resolving workplace conflicts, and dealing with a difficult manager.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Leadership in Action
Leadership in Action

Charles Darwin was a geologist when he proposed the theory of evolution, and it was an astronomer who finally explained what happened to the dinosaurs. On this week's show meet Frans Johansson, author "The Medici Effect", a book that shows how breakthrough ideas most often occur when we bring concepts from one field into a new, unfamiliar territory. The other guest on the program is Anthony DiSilvestro, SVP and CFO of the Campbell Soup Company.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Your Money
Your Money

You read a lot about the U.S. budget and policy, but have you ever wondered how these stories directly affect you? Each week, Wharton economist and public policy expert Kent Smetters gets to the bottom of what’s happening and explains in detail what it means for your pocketbook. Doing your taxes, planning for retirement, or saving for college tuition? Kent’s sought-after advice is just a phone call away.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

The steel industry is in the midst of a comeback. But is it one which will bring thousands of new jobs to the U.S. economy??? The CEO of JSW Steel, John Hritz, talks to host Dan Loney. Then, we look at the business of dog breeding, as well as how the pet stores play into it. And why dog rescue families are on the rise. All that and more!

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Trendsetters
Trendsetters

Host Pauline Brown speaks with trend forecasting connoisseur Leslie Ghize. As the executive Vice President of TOBE, Leslie has revamped the company from a heritage retail consultancy to a multi-industry powerhouse think tank spanning fashion, beauty, hospitality and entertainment. We’ll look into her crystal ball of trends and delve into the changing retail landscape to gain insight on today’s evolving consumer.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Career Talk
Career Talk

Building a meaningful career is never easy, and sometimes finding a mentor or affording a career coach can be just as difficult. Dawn Graham, Director of Career Management for the Executive MBA Program at Wharton, is available to you and eager to answer your questions on topics like negotiating salary, how to stand out in an interview, what to do about that gap in your resume, and much more!

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Launch Pad
Launch Pad

Host Rob Coneybeer speaks with Neil Grimmer, Co-Founder and Chairman of the leading organic baby food brand Plum Organics. Neil will share the inspiration behind Plum Organics and also reveal his latest venture called Habit, a nutrition tech startup where DNA testing is used to create personalized nutrition blueprints and meal subscription plans. Rob also talks to Alex Salkever, Vice President of Marketing Communications at Mozilla; Mattias Lepp, Founder and CEO at Click & Grow; and Bethanie Maples Krogstad from Anaplan. This show first aired on January 18, 2017.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Measured Thoughts
Measured Thoughts

Did you spend your weekend spring cleaning and emptying out that closet? Well our first guest looked at all the unworn items in a closet and turned that problem into a multi-million dollar business.Host Dave Reibstein is joined by the CEO and Founder of Poshmark, Manish Chandra, and they discuss building the mobile marketplace for fashion. Discover how this digital-based business has built a community of buyers and sellers of personal fashion. Find out what it takes to attract the younger demographic and build a loyal customer base.

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Digital Show
Digital Show

Host Kevin Werbach speaks with Jerry Cuomo, IBM's vice-president of blockchain technologies, about what kinds of problems blockchain solves and how a big established provider like IBM adapts to this new, fast-changing area. Also tune in for our regular tech news update with Brian Fung, who covers technology for The Washington Post.

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Bay Area Ventures
Bay Area Ventures

Host Don Landwirth discusses a Harvard Business Review Case Study conducted for Polymath Ventures, a company builder fostering enterprises for the rising middle class in Latin America. He speaks wiith the founder of Polymath, Wenyi Cai, and the author of the study, Jeremy Dann. Learn how Polymath was created, get insight into how the first ventures were launched, and hear about the growing pains of their complex ecosystems. Don also talks to Sara Margulis, founder and CEO of HoneyFund, a wedding registry site where couples can register for honeymoon experiences.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center
Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center

Guests will include expert consultants and small business owners who have found success, but are also willing to share their failures and give gritty, matter-of-fact advice, based on their first-hand experience. Hosted by Loren Feldman, Senior Editor of Entrepreneurship at Forbes, and Celeste Corrado, Director of the Wharton Small Business Development Center. About:

10:00 pm – Monday Midnight Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

The steel industry is in the midst of a comeback. But is it one which will bring thousands of new jobs to the U.S. economy??? The CEO of JSW Steel, John Hritz, talks to host Dan Loney. Then, we look at the business of dog breeding, as well as how the pet stores play into it. And why dog rescue families are on the rise. All that and more!

Tuesday 3/28
12:00 am – 2:00 am Bay Area Ventures
Bay Area Ventures

Host Don Landwirth discusses a Harvard Business Review Case Study conducted for Polymath Ventures, a company builder fostering enterprises for the rising middle class in Latin America. He speaks wiith the founder of Polymath, Wenyi Cai, and the author of the study, Jeremy Dann. Learn how Polymath was created, get insight into how the first ventures were launched, and hear about the growing pains of their complex ecosystems. Don also talks to Sara Margulis, founder and CEO of HoneyFund, a wedding registry site where couples can register for honeymoon experiences.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Leadership in Action
Leadership in Action

Charles Darwin was a geologist when he proposed the theory of evolution, and it was an astronomer who finally explained what happened to the dinosaurs. On this week's show meet Frans Johansson, author "The Medici Effect", a book that shows how breakthrough ideas most often occur when we bring concepts from one field into a new, unfamiliar territory. The other guest on the program is Anthony DiSilvestro, SVP and CFO of the Campbell Soup Company.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Marketing Matters
Marketing Matters

Barbara Kahn and Americus Reed are joined by Jason Jercinovic of Havas to discuss how tech and AI have and will impact the way brands interact with consumers. Later, Richard Strauss joins to discuss the importance of Public Relations in corporate America and politics. Hear about why you should be incorporating PR in your marketing strategy. This show first aried on January 11, 2017.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Launch Pad
Launch Pad

Host Rob Coneybeer speaks with Neil Grimmer, Co-Founder and Chairman of the leading organic baby food brand Plum Organics. Neil will share the inspiration behind Plum Organics and also reveal his latest venture called Habit, a nutrition tech startup where DNA testing is used to create personalized nutrition blueprints and meal subscription plans. Rob also talks to Alex Salkever, Vice President of Marketing Communications at Mozilla; Mattias Lepp, Founder and CEO at Click & Grow; and Bethanie Maples Krogstad from Anaplan. This show first aired on January 18, 2017.

8:00 am – 9:00 am Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg
Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg

“Dot Complicated” is a fun, entertaining, educational, and approachable way to discuss all of the latest trends and topics in technology, and how they’re affecting our modern lives. Drawing on years of experience in the tech sector as an entrepreneur and mother, Randi Zuckerberg will provide a forum for discussion and delve into the latest high tech innovations for kids, parents and even pets, examining what is new in technology that can be incorporated into our daily lives.

9:00 am – 10:00 am Innovation Navigation
Innovation Navigation

What is the secret to creativity? How can you make your team, your department, or your company more consistently innovative? Hear the latest techniques and practices that are revolutionizing industries. Whether it’s cutting edge products, exciting new services, or compelling customer experiences, Professor David Robertson guides you through the steps companies are taking to become “the next big thing.” Learn how the best companies are separating themselves from the competition.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Host Dan Loney looks at the growing use of robo-advisors. Are they the future of the investing industry? And are they really a better option that talking with an actual person about your investments??? Then, with more women-owned businesses, the impact of the digital divide is showing itself at a higher rate. We'll talk about the impact and what some organizations are doing to eliminate that divide. All that and more on Knowledge@Wharton!

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm The Business of Health Care
The Business of Health Care

Host John Barkett and his panel will discuss the essential role of knowledge/information transfer in creating a better, more efficient health system, and how physician entrepreneurs are trying to reduce the amount of time it takes to transform research into practice. You'll hear from Joe Shonkwiler, CEO of CollectedMed, LLC, a healthcare software startup spun out of Columbia University's Department of Surgery, and Dr. Craig Umscheid, Director of the Center for Evidence Based Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Women@Work
Women@Work

Even though women are half the workforce, they still represent only eighteen percent of the highest level leaders. Host Laura Zarrow talks with Tiffany Dufu, who says the reasons are obvious: just as women reach middle management they are also starting families, and mounting responsibilities at work and home leave them with no bandwidth to do what will most lead to their success. Tiffany says we need to drop the ball—that’s not only her advice, it’s the name of her book. Hear how letting go of some of your responsibilities can lead to lasting success.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Dollars and Change
Dollars and Change

Hosts Katherine Klein and Nick Ashburn are joined by Yancey Strickler, Co-Founder and CEO of Kickstarter. From start-ups to established brands hear why companies are thinking about pursuing a greater purpose. Learn how to build a culture for positive change and how the model for impact is evolving. Plus Ally Svenson, Co-Founder of MOD Pizza, discusses the efforts to effectively scale impact. After building the Seattle Coffee Company and later selling to Starbucks, hear what this serial entrepreneur learned about balancing profit with purpose. Also on this show: Lindsay Beck and Catarina Schwab, the Co-founders of NPX; and Ellen Lagemann, author of "LIBERATING MINDS: The Case for College in Prison".

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Wharton Sports Business Show
Wharton Sports Business Show

Would you pay someone 25 million a year? Sports teams, their coaches and agents, make those decisions every day! What happens when the star is injured or involved in a controversial incident? Who pays and who doesn’t get paid? Professors Kenneth Shropshire and Scott Rosner take us behind the scenes of the business of sports. Find out how the decisions are made --and why.

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Your Money
Your Money

You read a lot about the U.S. budget and policy, but have you ever wondered how these stories directly affect you? Each week, Wharton economist and public policy expert Kent Smetters gets to the bottom of what’s happening and explains in detail what it means for your pocketbook. Doing your taxes, planning for retirement, or saving for college tuition? Kent’s sought-after advice is just a phone call away.

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Work and Life
Work and Life

What often sets successful people apart is their willingness to do things most of us fear. What’s more, we have the false notion that successful people LIKE to do these things, when the truth is that successful people have simply found their own way to do them. Host Stew Friedman talks with Andy Molinsky, author of the new book "Reach: A New Strategy to Help You Step Outside Your Comfort Zone, Rise to the Challenge and Build Confidence", which offers advice on how to overcome your fear of doing something—whether it’s networking at a work event, delivering bad news or speaking in public. Get some tips that can help advance your career!

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Trendsetters
Trendsetters

Host Pauline Brown speaks with trend forecasting connoisseur Leslie Ghize. As the executive Vice President of TOBE, Leslie has revamped the company from a heritage retail consultancy to a multi-industry powerhouse think tank spanning fashion, beauty, hospitality and entertainment. We’ll look into her crystal ball of trends and delve into the changing retail landscape to gain insight on today’s evolving consumer.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Measured Thoughts
Measured Thoughts

Did you spend your weekend spring cleaning and emptying out that closet? Well our first guest looked at all the unworn items in a closet and turned that problem into a multi-million dollar business.Host Dave Reibstein is joined by the CEO and Founder of Poshmark, Manish Chandra, and they discuss building the mobile marketplace for fashion. Discover how this digital-based business has built a community of buyers and sellers of personal fashion. Find out what it takes to attract the younger demographic and build a loyal customer base.

10:00 pm – Tuesday Midnight Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Host Dan Loney looks at the growing use of robo-advisors. Are they the future of the investing industry? And are they really a better option that talking with an actual person about your investments??? Then, with more women-owned businesses, the impact of the digital divide is showing itself at a higher rate. We'll talk about the impact and what some organizations are doing to eliminate that divide. All that and more on Knowledge@Wharton!

Wednesday 3/29
12:00 am – 2:00 am In The Workplace
In The Workplace

Whether you work for yourself, employ others, or punch a clock every day, we all face challenges in the workplace. Internationally recognized management specialist Peter Cappelli and employment attorney Dan O’Meara help you navigate the challenges of being an employer and an employee. Learn the art of hiring the right people, resolving workplace conflicts, and dealing with a difficult manager.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Digital Show
Digital Show

Host Kevin Werbach speaks with Jerry Cuomo, IBM's vice-president of blockchain technologies, about what kinds of problems blockchain solves and how a big established provider like IBM adapts to this new, fast-changing area. Also tune in for our regular tech news update with Brian Fung, who covers technology for The Washington Post.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Bay Area Ventures
Bay Area Ventures

Host Don Landwirth discusses a Harvard Business Review Case Study conducted for Polymath Ventures, a company builder fostering enterprises for the rising middle class in Latin America. He speaks wiith the founder of Polymath, Wenyi Cai, and the author of the study, Jeremy Dann. Learn how Polymath was created, get insight into how the first ventures were launched, and hear about the growing pains of their complex ecosystems. Don also talks to Sara Margulis, founder and CEO of HoneyFund, a wedding registry site where couples can register for honeymoon experiences.

6:00 am – 7:00 am The Real Estate Hour
The Real Estate Hour

Host Sam Chandan talks to Redfin's Chief Economist Nela Richardson about the need for more affordable housing, particularly multi-family units like apartments. He also talks to Steven Pedigo, Director of the NYUSPS Urban Lab, about his work on urban renewal, and why sanctuary cities are so important--not just to the people involved, but to the growth of the U.S. economy.

7:00 am – 8:00 am Career Talk
Career Talk

Building a meaningful career is never easy, and sometimes finding a mentor or affording a career coach can be just as difficult. Dawn Graham, Director of Career Management for the Executive MBA Program at Wharton, is available to you and eager to answer your questions on topics like negotiating salary, how to stand out in an interview, what to do about that gap in your resume, and much more!

8:00 am – 10:00 am Wharton Moneyball
Wharton Moneyball

Sports is a game of numbers. Statistician experts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, Cade Massey, and Adi Wyner team up to tackle the world of sports, from current events to longstanding issues such as: What sports streaks are the most impressive? How do you rank the best players? Can athletes be compared across sports? Wharton Moneyball explains how decision makers in the game can avoid the common mistakes and embrace the data.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni, and expert guests.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg
Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg

“Dot Complicated” is a fun, entertaining, educational, and approachable way to discuss all of the latest trends and topics in technology, and how they’re affecting our modern lives. Drawing on years of experience in the tech sector as an entrepreneur and mother, Randi Zuckerberg will provide a forum for discussion and delve into the latest high tech innovations for kids, parents and even pets, examining what is new in technology that can be incorporated into our daily lives.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Trendsetters
Trendsetters

Trendsetters. A show revolving around the world’s most creative companies and those who lead them-- exploring how to create brands that create value; how to differentiate in an ever-more crowded market; and how to stay relevant in fast-changing times. Hosted by Wharton alumna and board member, and longtime expert in the luxury goods industry, Pauline Brown.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Wharton Moneyball
Wharton Moneyball

Sports is a game of numbers. Statistician experts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, Cade Massey, and Adi Wyner team up to tackle the world of sports, from current events to longstanding issues such as: What sports streaks are the most impressive? How do you rank the best players? Can athletes be compared across sports? Wharton Moneyball explains how decision makers in the game can avoid the common mistakes and embrace the data.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Women@Work
Women@Work

Women @ Work is dedicated to the discussion and discovery of innovative practices for personal and system change to help more women join, stay, succeed, and lead in the workplace.

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Marketing Matters
Marketing Matters

Marketing: without the right strategy, you can spend a lot of money and get no results. Now, members of the largest, most cited and most published marketing faculty in the world are here to answer your questions. Learn about effective advertising campaigns, the ins and outs of retail, and how to retain and predict customer behavior.

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Launch Pad
Launch Pad

Thinking of starting a business but don’t know where to begin? Have a great idea for a new product but need investors and a business plan? Wharton's Serial Entrepreneurs Karl Ulrich and Rob Coneybeer host, bringing you the keys to building a business - from where to find startup capital to the steps to a successful launch. Get tips from leaders in business development and venture capital. Learn how to develop an elevator pitch, and hear the surprising ideas of other would be entrepreneurs.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Work and Life
Work and Life

What often sets successful people apart is their willingness to do things most of us fear. What’s more, we have the false notion that successful people LIKE to do these things, when the truth is that successful people have simply found their own way to do them. Host Stew Friedman talks with Andy Molinsky, author of the new book "Reach: A New Strategy to Help You Step Outside Your Comfort Zone, Rise to the Challenge and Build Confidence", which offers advice on how to overcome your fear of doing something—whether it’s networking at a work event, delivering bad news or speaking in public. Get some tips that can help advance your career!

10:00 pm – Wednesday Midnight Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni, and expert guests.

Thursday 3/30
12:00 am – 2:00 am Wharton Moneyball
Wharton Moneyball

Sports is a game of numbers. Statistician experts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, Cade Massey, and Adi Wyner team up to tackle the world of sports, from current events to longstanding issues such as: What sports streaks are the most impressive? How do you rank the best players? Can athletes be compared across sports? Wharton Moneyball explains how decision makers in the game can avoid the common mistakes and embrace the data.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Launch Pad
Launch Pad

Thinking of starting a business but don’t know where to begin? Have a great idea for a new product but need investors and a business plan? Wharton's Serial Entrepreneurs Karl Ulrich and Rob Coneybeer host, bringing you the keys to building a business - from where to find startup capital to the steps to a successful launch. Get tips from leaders in business development and venture capital. Learn how to develop an elevator pitch, and hear the surprising ideas of other would be entrepreneurs.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Your Money
Your Money

You read a lot about the U.S. budget and policy, but have you ever wondered how these stories directly affect you? Each week, Wharton economist and public policy expert Kent Smetters gets to the bottom of what’s happening and explains in detail what it means for your pocketbook. Doing your taxes, planning for retirement, or saving for college tuition? Kent’s sought-after advice is just a phone call away.

6:00 am – 7:00 am Wharton Sports Business Show
Wharton Sports Business Show

Would you pay someone 25 million a year? Sports teams, their coaches and agents, make those decisions every day! What happens when the star is injured or involved in a controversial incident? Who pays and who doesn’t get paid? Professors Kenneth Shropshire and Scott Rosner take us behind the scenes of the business of sports. Find out how the decisions are made --and why.

7:00 am – 8:00 am The Business of Health Care
The Business of Health Care

Host John Barkett and his panel will discuss the essential role of knowledge/information transfer in creating a better, more efficient health system, and how physician entrepreneurs are trying to reduce the amount of time it takes to transform research into practice. You'll hear from Joe Shonkwiler, CEO of CollectedMed, LLC, a healthcare software startup spun out of Columbia University's Department of Surgery, and Dr. Craig Umscheid, Director of the Center for Evidence Based Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Dollars and Change
Dollars and Change

What happens when the same minds that bring you smart phones, designer coffee and standing desks turn their attention to social challenges such as poverty, poor education, and childhood obesity? Hosts Katherine Klein, Sherryl Kuhlman, Jacob Gray, Nick Ashburn and Sandi Hunt highlight the individuals and organizations who are using their business smarts to change lives. Learn how your company’s positive impact in society can support your business model, drive innovation, and improve your bottom line.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni, and expert guests.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Career Talk
Career Talk

Building a meaningful career is never easy, and sometimes finding a mentor or affording a career coach can be just as difficult. Dawn Graham, Director of Career Management for the Executive MBA Program at Wharton, is available to you and eager to answer your questions on topics like negotiating salary, how to stand out in an interview, what to do about that gap in your resume, and much more!

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center
Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center

Guests will include expert consultants and small business owners who have found success, but are also willing to share their failures and give gritty, matter-of-fact advice, based on their first-hand experience. Hosted by Loren Feldman, Senior Editor of Entrepreneurship at Forbes, and Celeste Corrado, Director of the Wharton Small Business Development Center.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Bay Area Ventures
Bay Area Ventures

Host Don Landwirth discusses a Harvard Business Review Case Study conducted for Polymath Ventures, a company builder fostering enterprises for the rising middle class in Latin America. He speaks wiith the founder of Polymath, Wenyi Cai, and the author of the study, Jeremy Dann. Learn how Polymath was created, get insight into how the first ventures were launched, and hear about the growing pains of their complex ecosystems. Don also talks to Sara Margulis, founder and CEO of HoneyFund, a wedding registry site where couples can register for honeymoon experiences.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Innovation Navigation
Innovation Navigation

What is the secret to creativity? How can you make your team, your department, or your company more consistently innovative? Hear the latest techniques and practices that are revolutionizing industries. Whether it’s cutting edge products, exciting new services, or compelling customer experiences, Professor David Robertson guides you through the steps companies are taking to become “the next big thing.” Learn how the best companies are separating themselves from the competition.

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm In The Workplace
In The Workplace

Whether you work for yourself, employ others, or punch a clock every day, we all face challenges in the workplace. Internationally recognized management specialist Peter Cappelli and employment attorney Dan O’Meara help you navigate the challenges of being an employer and an employee. Learn the art of hiring the right people, resolving workplace conflicts, and dealing with a difficult manager.

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Leadership in Action
Leadership in Action

Being in charge has its own set of challenges. Do you have what it takes to influence others and achieve high results? Join hosts Mike Useem, Jeff Klein and Anne Greenhalgh as they talk with top business leaders to reveal the steps to effective leadership. It’s more than what you say or how you say it!

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Trendsetters
Trendsetters

Trendsetters. A show revolving around the world’s most creative companies and those who lead them-- exploring how to create brands that create value; how to differentiate in an ever-more crowded market; and how to stay relevant in fast-changing times. Hosted by Wharton alumna and board member, and longtime expert in the luxury goods industry, Pauline Brown.

10:00 pm – Thursday Midnight Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni, and expert guests.

Friday 3/31
12:00 am – 1:00 am Innovation Navigation
Innovation Navigation

What is the secret to creativity? How can you make your team, your department, or your company more consistently innovative? Hear the latest techniques and practices that are revolutionizing industries. Whether it’s cutting edge products, exciting new services, or compelling customer experiences, Professor David Robertson guides you through the steps companies are taking to become “the next big thing.” Learn how the best companies are separating themselves from the competition.

1:00 am – 2:00 am Measured Thoughts
Measured Thoughts

Did you spend your weekend spring cleaning and emptying out that closet? Well our first guest looked at all the unworn items in a closet and turned that problem into a multi-million dollar business.Host Dave Reibstein is joined by the CEO and Founder of Poshmark, Manish Chandra, and they discuss building the mobile marketplace for fashion. Discover how this digital-based business has built a community of buyers and sellers of personal fashion. Find out what it takes to attract the younger demographic and build a loyal customer base.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Wharton Moneyball
Wharton Moneyball

Sports is a game of numbers. Statistician experts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, Cade Massey, and Adi Wyner team up to tackle the world of sports, from current events to longstanding issues such as: What sports streaks are the most impressive? How do you rank the best players? Can athletes be compared across sports? Wharton Moneyball explains how decision makers in the game can avoid the common mistakes and embrace the data.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Dollars and Change
Dollars and Change

What happens when the same minds that bring you smart phones, designer coffee and standing desks turn their attention to social challenges such as poverty, poor education, and childhood obesity? Hosts Katherine Klein, Sherryl Kuhlman, Jacob Gray, Nick Ashburn and Sandi Hunt highlight the individuals and organizations who are using their business smarts to change lives. Learn how your company’s positive impact in society can support your business model, drive innovation, and improve your bottom line.

6:00 am – 8:00 am Marketing Matters
Marketing Matters

Marketing: without the right strategy, you can spend a lot of money and get no results. Now, members of the largest, most cited and most published marketing faculty in the world are here to answer your questions. Learn about effective advertising campaigns, the ins and outs of retail, and how to retain and predict customer behavior.

8:00 am – 9:00 am Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center
Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center

Guests will include expert consultants and small business owners who have found success, but are also willing to share their failures and give gritty, matter-of-fact advice, based on their first-hand experience. Hosted by Loren Feldman, Senior Editor of Entrepreneurship at Forbes, and Celeste Corrado, Director of the Wharton Small Business Development Center.

9:00 am – 10:00 am The Business of Health Care
The Business of Health Care

Host John Barkett and his panel will discuss the essential role of knowledge/information transfer in creating a better, more efficient health system, and how physician entrepreneurs are trying to reduce the amount of time it takes to transform research into practice. You'll hear from Joe Shonkwiler, CEO of CollectedMed, LLC, a healthcare software startup spun out of Columbia University's Department of Surgery, and Dr. Craig Umscheid, Director of the Center for Evidence Based Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni, and expert guests.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm The Real Estate Hour
The Real Estate Hour

Is the housing market coming back? Overheating? Do we have a new bubble on our hands? And is commercial real estate a sound investment? How do you invest in real estate, and how does one make sense of historically low interest rates. Who are the policy makers, builders and investors that will shape the real estate that we live in, work in and shop at? Get the answers to these questions and more on Business Radio!

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Behind The Markets
Behind The Markets

Anyone can follow the ups and downs of Wall Street numbers—but on Behind the Markets get the insight you need to make the calls that will make or break your business. Host Jeremy Schwartz is joined each week by Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel, the author of Stocks for the Long Run, “the” book about stocks for market insiders. They’ll discuss the how and why behind the market’s performance, and talk with leading economists and market strategists about what’s ahead for the economy and your portfolio.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm In The Workplace
In The Workplace

Whether you work for yourself, employ others, or punch a clock every day, we all face challenges in the workplace. Internationally recognized management specialist Peter Cappelli and employment attorney Dan O’Meara help you navigate the challenges of being an employer and an employee. Learn the art of hiring the right people, resolving workplace conflicts, and dealing with a difficult manager.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg
Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg

“Dot Complicated” is a fun, entertaining, educational, and approachable way to discuss all of the latest trends and topics in technology, and how they’re affecting our modern lives. Drawing on years of experience in the tech sector as an entrepreneur and mother, Randi Zuckerberg will provide a forum for discussion and delve into the latest high tech innovations for kids, parents and even pets, examining what is new in technology that can be incorporated into our daily lives.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Wharton Sports Business Show
Wharton Sports Business Show

Would you pay someone 25 million a year? Sports teams, their coaches and agents, make those decisions every day! What happens when the star is injured or involved in a controversial incident? Who pays and who doesn’t get paid? Professors Kenneth Shropshire and Scott Rosner take us behind the scenes of the business of sports. Find out how the decisions are made --and why.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Behind The Markets
Behind The Markets

Anyone can follow the ups and downs of Wall Street numbers—but on Behind the Markets get the insight you need to make the calls that will make or break your business. Host Jeremy Schwartz is joined each week by Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel, the author of Stocks for the Long Run, “the” book about stocks for market insiders. They’ll discuss the how and why behind the market’s performance, and talk with leading economists and market strategists about what’s ahead for the economy and your portfolio.

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Your Money
Your Money

You read a lot about the U.S. budget and policy, but have you ever wondered how these stories directly affect you? Each week, Wharton economist and public policy expert Kent Smetters gets to the bottom of what’s happening and explains in detail what it means for your pocketbook. Doing your taxes, planning for retirement, or saving for college tuition? Kent’s sought-after advice is just a phone call away.

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Women@Work
Women@Work

Women @ Work is dedicated to the discussion and discovery of innovative practices for personal and system change to help more women join, stay, succeed, and lead in the workplace.

10:00 pm – Friday Midnight Knowledge @ Wharton
Knowledge @ Wharton

Knowledge@Wharton is a daily, call-in business interview program, broadcasting live from The Wharton School's historic Ivy League campus. Host Dan Loney goes behind the headlines with world-renowned Wharton professors, distinguished alumni, and expert guests.

Saturday 4/1
12:00 am – 1:00 am Measured Thoughts
Measured Thoughts

Did you spend your weekend spring cleaning and emptying out that closet? Well our first guest looked at all the unworn items in a closet and turned that problem into a multi-million dollar business.Host Dave Reibstein is joined by the CEO and Founder of Poshmark, Manish Chandra, and they discuss building the mobile marketplace for fashion. Discover how this digital-based business has built a community of buyers and sellers of personal fashion. Find out what it takes to attract the younger demographic and build a loyal customer base.

1:00 am – 2:00 am Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg
Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg

“Dot Complicated” is a fun, entertaining, educational, and approachable way to discuss all of the latest trends and topics in technology, and how they’re affecting our modern lives. Drawing on years of experience in the tech sector as an entrepreneur and mother, Randi Zuckerberg will provide a forum for discussion and delve into the latest high tech innovations for kids, parents and even pets, examining what is new in technology that can be incorporated into our daily lives.

2:00 am – 4:00 am In The Workplace
In The Workplace

Whether you work for yourself, employ others, or punch a clock every day, we all face challenges in the workplace. Internationally recognized management specialist Peter Cappelli and employment attorney Dan O’Meara help you navigate the challenges of being an employer and an employee. Learn the art of hiring the right people, resolving workplace conflicts, and dealing with a difficult manager.

4:00 am – 5:00 am The Real Estate Hour
The Real Estate Hour

Is the housing market coming back? Overheating? Do we have a new bubble on our hands? And is commercial real estate a sound investment? How do you invest in real estate, and how does one make sense of historically low interest rates. Who are the policy makers, builders and investors that will shape the real estate that we live in, work in and shop at? Get the answers to these questions and more on Business Radio!

5:00 am – 6:00 am Women@Work
Women@Work

Women @ Work is dedicated to the discussion and discovery of innovative practices for personal and system change to help more women join, stay, succeed, and lead in the workplace.

6:00 am – 7:00 am Work and Life
Work and Life

What often sets successful people apart is their willingness to do things most of us fear. What’s more, we have the false notion that successful people LIKE to do these things, when the truth is that successful people have simply found their own way to do them. Host Stew Friedman talks with Andy Molinsky, author of the new book "Reach: A New Strategy to Help You Step Outside Your Comfort Zone, Rise to the Challenge and Build Confidence", which offers advice on how to overcome your fear of doing something—whether it’s networking at a work event, delivering bad news or speaking in public. Get some tips that can help advance your career!

7:00 am – 8:00 am Innovation Navigation
Innovation Navigation

What is the secret to creativity? How can you make your team, your department, or your company more consistently innovative? Hear the latest techniques and practices that are revolutionizing industries. Whether it’s cutting edge products, exciting new services, or compelling customer experiences, Professor David Robertson guides you through the steps companies are taking to become “the next big thing.” Learn how the best companies are separating themselves from the competition.

8:00 am – 9:00 am Behind The Markets
Behind The Markets

Anyone can follow the ups and downs of Wall Street numbers—but on Behind the Markets get the insight you need to make the calls that will make or break your business. Host Jeremy Schwartz is joined each week by Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel, the author of Stocks for the Long Run, “the” book about stocks for market insiders. They’ll discuss the how and why behind the market’s performance, and talk with leading economists and market strategists about what’s ahead for the economy and your portfolio.

9:00 am – 10:00 am Wharton Sports Business Show
Wharton Sports Business Show

Would you pay someone 25 million a year? Sports teams, their coaches and agents, make those decisions every day! What happens when the star is injured or involved in a controversial incident? Who pays and who doesn’t get paid? Professors Kenneth Shropshire and Scott Rosner take us behind the scenes of the business of sports. Find out how the decisions are made --and why.

10:00 am – 12:00 pm Leadership in Action
Leadership in Action

Being in charge has its own set of challenges. Do you have what it takes to influence others and achieve high results? Join hosts Mike Useem, Jeff Klein and Anne Greenhalgh as they talk with top business leaders to reveal the steps to effective leadership. It’s more than what you say or how you say it!

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Bay Area Ventures
Bay Area Ventures

Host Don Landwirth discusses a Harvard Business Review Case Study conducted for Polymath Ventures, a company builder fostering enterprises for the rising middle class in Latin America. He speaks wiith the founder of Polymath, Wenyi Cai, and the author of the study, Jeremy Dann. Learn how Polymath was created, get insight into how the first ventures were launched, and hear about the growing pains of their complex ecosystems. Don also talks to Sara Margulis, founder and CEO of HoneyFund, a wedding registry site where couples can register for honeymoon experiences.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Digital Show
Digital Show

Host Kevin Werbach speaks with Jerry Cuomo, IBM's vice-president of blockchain technologies, about what kinds of problems blockchain solves and how a big established provider like IBM adapts to this new, fast-changing area. Also tune in for our regular tech news update with Brian Fung, who covers technology for The Washington Post.

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Your Money
Your Money

You read a lot about the U.S. budget and policy, but have you ever wondered how these stories directly affect you? Each week, Wharton economist and public policy expert Kent Smetters gets to the bottom of what’s happening and explains in detail what it means for your pocketbook. Doing your taxes, planning for retirement, or saving for college tuition? Kent’s sought-after advice is just a phone call away.

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Career Talk
Career Talk

Building a meaningful career is never easy, and sometimes finding a mentor or affording a career coach can be just as difficult. Dawn Graham, Director of Career Management for the Executive MBA Program at Wharton, is available to you and eager to answer your questions on topics like negotiating salary, how to stand out in an interview, what to do about that gap in your resume, and much more!

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Marketing Matters
Marketing Matters

Marketing: without the right strategy, you can spend a lot of money and get no results. Now, members of the largest, most cited and most published marketing faculty in the world are here to answer your questions. Learn about effective advertising campaigns, the ins and outs of retail, and how to retain and predict customer behavior.

9:00 pm – 11:00 pm Wharton Moneyball
Wharton Moneyball

Sports is a game of numbers. Statistician experts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, Cade Massey, and Adi Wyner team up to tackle the world of sports, from current events to longstanding issues such as: What sports streaks are the most impressive? How do you rank the best players? Can athletes be compared across sports? Wharton Moneyball explains how decision makers in the game can avoid the common mistakes and embrace the data.

11:00 pm – Saturday Midnight The Business of Health Care
The Business of Health Care

Host John Barkett and his panel will discuss the essential role of knowledge/information transfer in creating a better, more efficient health system, and how physician entrepreneurs are trying to reduce the amount of time it takes to transform research into practice. You'll hear from Joe Shonkwiler, CEO of CollectedMed, LLC, a healthcare software startup spun out of Columbia University's Department of Surgery, and Dr. Craig Umscheid, Director of the Center for Evidence Based Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine.

Sunday 4/2
12:00 am – 2:00 am Marketing Matters
Marketing Matters

Marketing: without the right strategy, you can spend a lot of money and get no results. Now, members of the largest, most cited and most published marketing faculty in the world are here to answer your questions. Learn about effective advertising campaigns, the ins and outs of retail, and how to retain and predict customer behavior.

2:00 am – 4:00 am Digital Show
Digital Show

Host Kevin Werbach speaks with Jerry Cuomo, IBM's vice-president of blockchain technologies, about what kinds of problems blockchain solves and how a big established provider like IBM adapts to this new, fast-changing area. Also tune in for our regular tech news update with Brian Fung, who covers technology for The Washington Post.

4:00 am – 6:00 am Leadership in Action
Leadership in Action

Being in charge has its own set of challenges. Do you have what it takes to influence others and achieve high results? Join hosts Mike Useem, Jeff Klein and Anne Greenhalgh as they talk with top business leaders to reveal the steps to effective leadership. It’s more than what you say or how you say it!

6:00 am – 8:00 am Dollars and Change
Dollars and Change

What happens when the same minds that bring you smart phones, designer coffee and standing desks turn their attention to social challenges such as poverty, poor education, and childhood obesity? Hosts Katherine Klein, Sherryl Kuhlman, Jacob Gray, Nick Ashburn and Sandi Hunt highlight the individuals and organizations who are using their business smarts to change lives. Learn how your company’s positive impact in society can support your business model, drive innovation, and improve your bottom line.

8:00 am – 10:00 am Launch Pad
Launch Pad

Thinking of starting a business but don’t know where to begin? Have a great idea for a new product but need investors and a business plan? Wharton's Serial Entrepreneurs Karl Ulrich and Rob Coneybeer host, bringing you the keys to building a business - from where to find startup capital to the steps to a successful launch. Get tips from leaders in business development and venture capital. Learn how to develop an elevator pitch, and hear the surprising ideas of other would be entrepreneurs.

10:00 am – 11:00 am Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg
Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg

“Dot Complicated” is a fun, entertaining, educational, and approachable way to discuss all of the latest trends and topics in technology, and how they’re affecting our modern lives. Drawing on years of experience in the tech sector as an entrepreneur and mother, Randi Zuckerberg will provide a forum for discussion and delve into the latest high tech innovations for kids, parents and even pets, examining what is new in technology that can be incorporated into our daily lives.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm Trendsetters
Trendsetters

Trendsetters. A show revolving around the world’s most creative companies and those who lead them-- exploring how to create brands that create value; how to differentiate in an ever-more crowded market; and how to stay relevant in fast-changing times. Hosted by Wharton alumna and board member, and longtime expert in the luxury goods industry, Pauline Brown.

12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Wharton Moneyball
Wharton Moneyball

Sports is a game of numbers. Statistician experts Eric Bradlow, Shane Jensen, Cade Massey, and Adi Wyner team up to tackle the world of sports, from current events to longstanding issues such as: What sports streaks are the most impressive? How do you rank the best players? Can athletes be compared across sports? Wharton Moneyball explains how decision makers in the game can avoid the common mistakes and embrace the data.

2:00 pm – 4:00 pm In The Workplace
In The Workplace

Whether you work for yourself, employ others, or punch a clock every day, we all face challenges in the workplace. Internationally recognized management specialist Peter Cappelli and employment attorney Dan O’Meara help you navigate the challenges of being an employer and an employee. Learn the art of hiring the right people, resolving workplace conflicts, and dealing with a difficult manager.

4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Behind The Markets
Behind The Markets

Anyone can follow the ups and downs of Wall Street numbers—but on Behind the Markets get the insight you need to make the calls that will make or break your business. Host Jeremy Schwartz is joined each week by Wharton Finance Professor Jeremy Siegel, the author of Stocks for the Long Run, “the” book about stocks for market insiders. They’ll discuss the how and why behind the market’s performance, and talk with leading economists and market strategists about what’s ahead for the economy and your portfolio.

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Work and Life
Work and Life

What often sets successful people apart is their willingness to do things most of us fear. What’s more, we have the false notion that successful people LIKE to do these things, when the truth is that successful people have simply found their own way to do them. Host Stew Friedman talks with Andy Molinsky, author of the new book "Reach: A New Strategy to Help You Step Outside Your Comfort Zone, Rise to the Challenge and Build Confidence", which offers advice on how to overcome your fear of doing something—whether it’s networking at a work event, delivering bad news or speaking in public. Get some tips that can help advance your career!

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Women@Work
Women@Work

Women @ Work is dedicated to the discussion and discovery of innovative practices for personal and system change to help more women join, stay, succeed, and lead in the workplace.

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Innovation Navigation
Innovation Navigation

What is the secret to creativity? How can you make your team, your department, or your company more consistently innovative? Hear the latest techniques and practices that are revolutionizing industries. Whether it’s cutting edge products, exciting new services, or compelling customer experiences, Professor David Robertson guides you through the steps companies are taking to become “the next big thing.” Learn how the best companies are separating themselves from the competition.

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Career Talk
Career Talk

Building a meaningful career is never easy, and sometimes finding a mentor or affording a career coach can be just as difficult. Dawn Graham, Director of Career Management for the Executive MBA Program at Wharton, is available to you and eager to answer your questions on topics like negotiating salary, how to stand out in an interview, what to do about that gap in your resume, and much more!

9:00 pm – 10:00 pm The Business of Health Care
The Business of Health Care

Host John Barkett and his panel will discuss the essential role of knowledge/information transfer in creating a better, more efficient health system, and how physician entrepreneurs are trying to reduce the amount of time it takes to transform research into practice. You'll hear from Joe Shonkwiler, CEO of CollectedMed, LLC, a healthcare software startup spun out of Columbia University's Department of Surgery, and Dr. Craig Umscheid, Director of the Center for Evidence Based Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine.

10:00 pm – 11:00 pm The Real Estate Hour
The Real Estate Hour

Is the housing market coming back? Overheating? Do we have a new bubble on our hands? And is commercial real estate a sound investment? How do you invest in real estate, and how does one make sense of historically low interest rates. Who are the policy makers, builders and investors that will shape the real estate that we live in, work in and shop at? Get the answers to these questions and more on Business Radio!

11:00 pm – Sunday Midnight Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center
Mind Your Business with the Wharton Small Business Development Center

Guests will include expert consultants and small business owners who have found success, but are also willing to share their failures and give gritty, matter-of-fact advice, based on their first-hand experience. Hosted by Loren Feldman, Senior Editor of Entrepreneurship at Forbes, and Celeste Corrado, Director of the Wharton Small Business Development Center.



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