Have you watched The Internship? Aside from it being a 1.5 hour Google commercial, it has a wonderful moral: Knowledge only gets you so far; the ability to authentically connect with people will take you so much further.
Long story short, two non-techie 40-something salesmen (Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson) lose their jobs and, out of desperation, apply for non-paid internships at Google. They find themselves competing with Ivy league college grads, most of whom could probably code in their sleep. Split into teams, the members of the single winning team were guaranteed jobs.
Academic and technological excellence were over-shadowed by the inability to cooperate, communicate, and connect with people. What the salesmen lacked in technical knowledge, they made up for in those three areas everyone else lacked. This allowed the salesmen to create a truly cohesive team, despite the fact that it was formed of all the “runts” that no one wanted to pair up with earlier in the film.