CJ Jackson

Host, Business Review

Innovation-lover and director of communications and marketing at the Hankamer School of Business, CJ Jackson is also a public radio show host and Iowa State alum.

Before coming to Baylor, CJ worked for NCR Corporation 13 years, where she learned the power of high-functioning teams, global reach and impossible deadlines.

CJ’s talents are not just limited to marketing and communications. She was the winner of a twist contest – you know, the dance – at age 3 and to her knowledge, holds the world record for the longest cross-country trip in an electric car. When she isn’t working or driving on sun power, she’s hanging out in her craft room or volunteering at the local public radio station.

In this episode of the Business Review, happiness expert Amy Blankson explains why having something in common with others makes solid friendships, even if you've never met. 

On this episode of Business Review - a balanced approach to measurement is key meeting long-term value goals.

From fairytales to animals to gangsters, the quirky and creative terminology of finance on this week's Business Review.

In this episode of Business Review, former chief scientist at NASA, Dr. Ellen Stofan, says that with a big dream and the right flight plan anyone can reach for the stars. 


Dr. Ed Freeman of the Institute for Business in Society says capitalism isn’t what it used to be. In this episode of “The Business Review,” Freeman says that with a new focus on stakeholders, not just shareholders, it’s time to rewrite the story.

 

 

 


 

 

 

Getting off to a fast start in any company begins with making sure new hires are the "right fit" for  the organization. 


In this episode of the Business Review, career strategist Kerry Hannon reveals why an aging workforce can be a boon to businesses - and how companies can tap into that wealth of knowledge and experience. 


We commonly believe certain myths about innovation - that innovation is produced by a lone genius or that it's the product of serendipity. The words 'organized' and 'innovation' are rarely heard together, but an organized approach to innovation is exactly what America needs today. 


When company morale is up,  so are company profits. 


When it comes to belief in heaven and hell, there's an interesting connection between faith and a person's approach to work. 


Benjamin Franklin started a knowledge revolution in business. 

 


What motivates workers to break the rules? 


Marketing professor Bill Weeks identifies what drives work performance, as well as commitment to an organization. 


Does prayer and meditation affect a person's job stress level? Mitch Neubert talks about varying job stess levels depending on the type of employment. 

When it comes to tapping into social security it's important to watch your timing to maximize the benefit.


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