Ep17 – The Sunk Cost Error and Radical Simplicity Edition with Scott McArthur
James chats with Scott McArthur, who has worked with over 200 organisations around the World, delivering transformation programmes and keynote speeches. Scott’s ‘maker’s mark’ are his stories, which go much much deeper into the human condition than traditional organisational experiences.
A former business consultant and Board director, Scott doesn’t stop at the corporate stuff. He is also a published scientist, poet and writer and has won awards for consulting, training and speaking, as well as his contribution to Scottish rock music.
His co-authored award-winning book on rock music in Scotland has been made into a successful musical and inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame.
Scott’s keynotes are particularly concerned with how we manage what he calls the “inner work” of our relationships, organisations and cultures.
They discuss rock music, the sunk cost error, the HR paradox, over measurement, radical simplicity, business delusion and modern education.