Jimmy Wales

Purdue University

One of the paradoxes of trying to simplify a process undertaken by a large organization is that the steps necessary to accomplish that are rarely simple themselves.

That’s what Purdue leaders found out recently when they tried to change the school’s policy concerning employee time off.

On this month’s conversation with Purdue President Mitch Daniels, we’ll dig into the whys and wherefores of that decision, and into the pitfalls the committee studying it has encountered.

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Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales recently came to Purdue to talk about “democracy and the internet.”

Before his lecture, WBAA News Director Stan Jastrzebski sat down with Wales to see if there are ways to improve the way people interact with the World Wide Web -- and in the process make it safer for all users.