0421 | Patrick J Murphy

0421 | Patrick J Murphy

Patrick J. Murphy is professor of management at DePaul University. He has consulted to or advised more than 100 entrepreneurial ventures and is he is chair of the management history division of the Academy of Management. He is co-author of Mutiny and Its Bounty: Leadership Lessons from the Age of Discovery (Yale, 2013). In this interview, we discuss the historical truths around mutinies and their lessons for entrepreneurial leaders.

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David Burkus is an organizational psychologist, keynote speaker, and bestselling author of five books on leadership and teamwork.

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