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The Hidden History of Business Podcast

By Hutchison Solutions

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Description

Ancient Solutions. Modern Consequences. Join three business geeks and history junkies as they explore the twisty and unexpected history of business. From midwives in Colonial America to percussion manufacturers in modern Japan, from KFC to African empires, and from the Epic of Gilgamesh to modern irrigation systems in Peru — we’ll explore together how ancient solutions have modern consequences for anyone willing to see them. Join your hosts: Dr. Frank E. Hutchison, CQM/OE; Meredith Hutchison Hartley, CQIA,; and Emily H. Geddes, MBA. Be sure to check out the website www.hiddenhistoryofbusiness.com for links, additional content, and multimedia resources.

Customer Reviews

Fun podcast about Business?

Can you believe it? Someone has made a business podcast interesting and enjoyable. Emily, Meredith, and Frank know their stuff and keep a great pace. The topics are varied and explained in detail. Great stuff.

They had me at "beer"

What an interesting collection of really smart people who not only know business, but also history! The subject that could be reeeeeaaally dry, but they add the personality and knowlege to make it as cool and refreshing as a cold one on a hot day. I came for the beer histories, I stayed for the rest. If I had to be hyper critical, I would suggest a wee tweek to the audio, but it's three people talking (who get along well enough to work together and, oh yeah, they are related! Imagine!) and I'm not an audio snob so it doesn't bother me.

Hidden gem about hidden business

I have really enjoyed the episodes I have listened to so far. I am good friends with Emily and have met her sister and father, the other panelists on this podcasts. These are three crazy smart people sharing some wonderful insight. This ranks up there with Stuff You Should Know and 99% Invisible.

The Hidden History of Business Podcast
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  • Category: History
  • Language: English

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