Why Kindergarten Students Out-perform MBAs

One of the things I like about TED Talks is that almost all of them pack a lot information and good messages into a small amount of time. In his TED Talk Build a Tower, Build a Team Tom Wujec reminds us that sometimes Kindergarten students have something to teach us. In his six minute talk Wujec explains why Kindergarten students often out-perform recent business school graduates in a challenge to build a structure of tape, spaghetti, and marshmallows.

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