The first time I heard the name Jason Bourne, I had no clue who he would be. Then I heard he was the main character, played by Matt Damon, in an upcoming movie called The Bourne Identity.
That was in 2002.
The premise behind the movie sounded interesting: A man is picked up by a fishing boat. His body is riddled with bullet holes. He can’t remember who he is.
This is the story of Jason Bourne. It’s also what got me hooked on the main protagonist of Robert Ludlum’s books.
I still remember being drawn into the world of Jason Bourne in the novels. Then the movies.
Now, 14 years later, the newest Bourne movie is released titled simply Jason Bourne.
So, what can a man with limited memory teach us about leadership? Let’s dig into the leadership lessons from Jason Bourne.