The Invisible Hand: Management, Economics and Strategy for the Thinking Person
By Chris Gondek
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If you're interested in the ideas behind business and strategic thinking, The Invisible Hand, Enhanced Version is the podcast for you. Each week, Chris Gondek brings you the authors and books that have formed our modern ideas of management and strategy.
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A host a bit to modest but a program that is essential
This show features an interesting list of authors on a range of business, economics and management topics. Gondek claims that he did not have the energy to complete a doctorate but is interested in thoughts and ideas. Perhaps the first half is true. But his ability to coax out a very interesting conversation from authors is extraordinary. In those books that I have read, his interviews are complete. In those that I have not I get the feeling that I get the flavor of the work. There is an added plus. If you like the interview he has a link to Amazon for the book. This should be on your list of key podcasts. I am amazed about how he has captured this new medium.
I have thourougly enjoyed this podcast. Very current topics. Have been able to use some of the topics learned here in discussions in my MBA classes. Well Done
It doesn't get any better than this
This podcast is as good as it gets at integrating business with broader topics and highlighting the relevance and the importance between the practical and the theoretical. The interviewer is GREAT and the high level of discussion going on between the interviewer and interviewee is unmatched.