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Ancient Solutions. Modern Consequences. Join three business geeks and history junkies as they explore the twisty and unexpected history of business. From midwives in Colonial America to percussion manufacturers in modern Japan, from KFC to African empires, and from the Epic of Gilgamesh to modern irrigation systems in Peru — we’ll explore together how ancient solutions have modern consequences for anyone willing to see them.

Join your hosts: Dr. Frank E. Hutchison, CQM/OE; Meredith Hutchison Hartley, CQIA,; and Emily H. Geddes, MBA. Be sure to check out the website www.hiddenhistoryofbusiness.com for links, additional content, and multimedia resources.

The Hidden History of Business Podcast Hutchison Solutions

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 17 Ratings

Ancient Solutions. Modern Consequences. Join three business geeks and history junkies as they explore the twisty and unexpected history of business. From midwives in Colonial America to percussion manufacturers in modern Japan, from KFC to African empires, and from the Epic of Gilgamesh to modern irrigation systems in Peru — we’ll explore together how ancient solutions have modern consequences for anyone willing to see them.

Join your hosts: Dr. Frank E. Hutchison, CQM/OE; Meredith Hutchison Hartley, CQIA,; and Emily H. Geddes, MBA. Be sure to check out the website www.hiddenhistoryofbusiness.com for links, additional content, and multimedia resources.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

CheeseyGal ,

Such an interesting take on history

I love that this podcast is created by two sisters and their dad. The new season quality is a VAST improvement (thank you!), and it makes listening to history I already found really interesting all the more pleasant. Keep up the great work, y’all!

CalenCross ,

Excellent!

Why aren't more people listeing to this? Short, accessible episodes about really interesting topics.

Marissa C R ,

Excellent!

What an awesome podcast. Super smart and well-done. No frills just fascinating topics, comfortable family dynamic and solid historical interpretations. One of my favorites!

My favorite thing is that they pick some topics I've never heard of before but that directly relate to my area of study (I'm a professional historian). Even with the more semi-obscure topics, they have plenty to say that makes it relevant to any history lover.

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