#65 Charles Handy in Conversation - Part 2, with Aidan McCullen
THANK YOU for all of the love! The response to our publishing Charles Handy’s conversation with Aidan McCullen, host of The Innovation Show podcast, has been astounding. The most listens in the first week than any other Manage Self, Lead Others episode to date. I love it, and I’m thrilled you do too. This episode is part 2, the second half of the conversation with Charles Handy, one of the most widely-known and influential thinkers on management, where Charles Handy shares his
· model of the Shamrock organisation
· the citizen organisation concept
· how efficiency can be the curse of effectiveness
· the donut principle
· how individuals have negative power to stop things
· the white stone story
· importance of curiosity, boredom and itchiness
· Aristotle's theory of Eudaimonia or active happiness
A former professor at the London Business School, Charles Handy authored many books, with his most recent book titled The Second Curve.
A big shoutout to Aidan McCullen, who kindly gave us permission to publish his interview from last year. Now it's over to Aidan McCullen speaking with Charles Handy. Enjoy.
This is Part 2 (32 minutes). Previous episode was Part 1
To listen to more episodes from Aidan McCullen's superb podcast, The Innovation Show, go to: https://theinnovationshow.io/episodes/
ABOUT AIDAN MCCULLEN
Aidan McCullen is a transformational consultant and Adjunct Professor at Trinity College Dublin where he runs a module called Emerging Trends and Technologies.
Host of the podcast, The Innovation Show, McCullen exemplifies the permanent reinvention mindset, reinventing himself after an international career in professional rugby, then becoming one of the top innovators in digital media in the world. He is author of ‘Undisruptable: A mindset of permanent reinvention’,
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