Episode 15, this week we talk about podcasts (other podcasts are available) and commit to taking a more active role in listening to how others do it! All hints, tips and suggestions welcome. Of course.
Our topical discussion this week is about original thought and the question whether we ever ‘own’ an idea or whether we simply regurgitate what we’ve previously heard. Whether you call it breach of copyright or plagiarism it’s certainly food for thought.
It all started with a tweet from previously mentioned Guru Tom Peters
We look at events including:
- 5-9 Club at Wrexham Enterprise Hub
- ACAS Managing Younger Workers and Apprentices
- Company Values and Employees
- Learn How To Plan, Measure and Master Your Sales Process
- Wrexham Business Professionals and Professional Business Wrexham
So, now for those podcasts we mentioned earlier. Whatever platform you use to listen to podcasts you are going to be spoilt for choice if you search for business related subjects.
We both committed to testing a few over the coming weeks so watch this space for updates on what we thought. Just look these up if you want to play along too.
- How To Be Awesome At Your Job
- The Fizzle Show
- HBR Women At Work
- The TED Business
- The World of Business
Finally, we focus on one of the very few female Gurus who’s name crops up time and time again. Her name is Rosabeth Moss Kanter and she certainly seems to know her stuff.
Change is like putting lipstick on a bulldog. The bulldog’s appearance hasn’t improved, but now it’s really angry.
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