Ousted Diseases & the Best & Worst of Organizational Leadership-Ep.5

Episode 5 December 17, 2020 00:34:25
Ousted Diseases & the Best & Worst of Organizational Leadership-Ep.5
The Recombobulator Lab
Ousted Diseases & the Best & Worst of Organizational Leadership-Ep.5

Hosted By

Jason Graham-Nye Chris Dominic

Show Notes

Jason and Chris share some GOOD NEWS! in America and Australia, leading to a 4 question quiz about diseases that used to pose a terrible threat to humanity that are now under control or altogether eradicated in the United States & Australia.

The two then interview each other over some of the best and worst they have seen, experienced, and participated in leading organizations and running businesses.

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