Episode 4 – The Outliers Inn – Logistics

Episode 4 – The Outliers Inn – Logistics

About the Podcast Topic: Logistics, what’s it all about?  It’s a lot more than that dusty warehouse scene at the end of Raiders Of The Lost Ark.  Join us as we talk about warehouse management, supply chain management, transportation and library stock management. Hosts: Joseph Paris, Founder of the OpEx Society & The XONITEK Group of Companies   Benjamin Taylor,  Managing Partner of RedQuadrant. Guests: David Schneider – We…

Episode 3 – The Outliers Inn – Financial Services Across the Spectrum

Episode 3 – The Outliers Inn – Financial Services Across the Spectrum

About the Podcast Topic: Every day we read about finance and doing mega-deals, but what about finance for the average business owner?  Most start-ups rely on credit-cards, but did you know there are avenues other than credit-cards?  For instance, consider the valuable, yet obscure, role that pawn-shops might play – beyond “Pawn Stars”.  And then there are the nuances of engaging in finance in different…

Episode 2 – The Outliers Inn – Organizational Change: Past, Present, and Future

Episode 2 – The Outliers Inn – Organizational Change: Past, Present, and Future

About the Podcast Topic: Who changes the change? Are we in a radical new era of thinking about organisations, or is it plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose? Are we any better now at managing organisations – and managing change and transformation – than we were forty years ago? Or should we just stop stuffing it up? The boys chew the fat… Hosts: Joseph Paris, Founder…

Episode 1 – The Outliers Inn – Leadership

Episode 1 – The Outliers Inn – Leadership

About the Podcast Topic: What is a leader and what does leadership mean? In the continuing adventures of JP and Antlerboy, we explore the meaning and the practicalities. We fluff a joke about the perfect leader accidentally being defined as a despotic dictator, and tap a rich vein with memories of leadership lessons from high school sports coaches. And we stray into dangerous territory of leadership…