As we get older, it’s interesting what we recall from our youth and the impact it had upon us – even if we didn’t know it at the time. For me, I was blessed with having several teachers who supported me and influenced me a great deal. There was Ms. Blair, my 3rd grade teacher.
Topic: Business Owners get the leftovers and – unrelated – how it sucks to get old and looking for a job. The issue has been settled. The Outliers Inn will no longer take reservations, but rely solely on walk-ins. From this day forth, we will rely on the eccentricity of our audience and their eclectic interests,
In this episode, I welcome Michael Rabbitt, Head of Business Transformation, Argonne National Laboratory, a world-class research laboratory. Having a BA in Operations Management and Information Systems and earning his MBA in Human Resource Management, Michael will share his journey; how his interests evolved over time, the experiences he gained in change management, and his
Welcome to Episode 40 of The Outliers Inn – Another Open Mic Night Another “Open Mic Night” at The Outliers Inn. Listen in on Antlerboy and JP as they discuss the Women’s World Cup; Renowned Transdisciplinary Behavioural Strategist, Organisational Misbehaviourist, and Ironist, Richard Claydon; and data privacy in the context of cyber security. We start with the discussion of soccer
Welcome to Episode 39 of the Outliers Inn – The Man behind the curtain Topic: This episode finds us short of guests, but the show must go on.! So, in an act of desperation and in search of fresh meat, we look inward and bring Chas – our podcast technician extraordinaire – from behind the