I'm thankfully no longer part of the corporate world with its endless conferences, team bonding exercises and nonsensical jargon.
Prof Robert Spillane, from Macquarie University's School of Management has some fascinatingly caustic criticisms about what he calls 'psycho management' in this interview with Richard Fidler.
Prof Spillane covers some diverse territory, from the uselessness of personality/aptitude testing, to the very worrying trend of sticking a label of ADHD on very young children so they can be medicated with high powered drugs with all their side effects. He quotes children under the age of two being "diagnosed" as having bipolar disorder!
He also discusses the trend to reduced personal responsibility via the process of medicalising everything from gambling to eating.
One of the best hour's listening I've had for a long time.