Business Review

Thursday 7:43am, 4:48pm and 6:32pm
  • Hosted by CJ Jackson

Each week Business Review has the latest in business trends and research – both globally and nationally. Launched in March of 2005, this series was one of the first weekly local productions on KWBU.   The program has won the nationally prestigious Communicator Award numerous times. Hosted by CJ Jackson, Business Review is a production of Livingston+McKay LLC, KWBU-FM and the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University.

Business Review - Stakeholder Equity

Oct 21, 2021

A successful business owner, Matt O’Hayer, decides to start a company based with a deeper purpose.

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In this episode of The Business Review: A serial start-up company entrepreneur, Mariam Naficy, found that just because one company is an overnight success doesn’t mean it will happen to the next startup.  She tells us what she discovered in the process.

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Business Review - "Which Way?"

Oct 7, 2021

When business leaders are faced with two difficult outcomes, Chris Meyer shares how it all comes down to one basic character trait.


Business Review - “The Lead Conductor”

Sep 30, 2021

Andrea Dixon, gives insight into the change management process


Business Review - “Five Powerful Words"

Sep 23, 2021

Most meetings are a waste of time. Scott Mautz discusses how five powerful words can change a meeting from unproductive to a success for all involved.


Business Review - “Unique Perspective”

Sep 16, 2021

An interesting study of women in the military showed how their perspective helps teams work smarter and faster.


Business Review - “Performance Review”

Sep 9, 2021

Van Gray shares how companies, large and small, should continually evaluate their company in order to grow.


Business Review - “That’s My Idea”

Sep 2, 2021

Only about a third of women hold leadership positions in their company. Marlene Neill shares women’s frustrations and how they can get ahead.


Jenny Blake shares how employees can “pivot” or “divot” and remain in control.


For the first time in history, leaders are managing teams that span four generations. In this episode of the Business Review, CEO and Head Coach at Power Coaching and Consulting, shares tips on what leaders can do to be effective and bridge the gaps. 


Doctor Tyra Lindsey-Warren, Clinical Assistant Professor of Marketing, gives insight into the best way to market to the new generations of consumers. 


What is your Information Technology Identity?  Stacy Petter, Professor of Information Systems and Business Analytics, encourages employers to discover their employee’s I.T. identity to maximize creativity and production in the workplace. 


Meredith David, Associate Professor of Marketing, shares when fear-based marketing can be an effective messing tool. 

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Workplace discrimination makes for a stressful environment.  Kaylee Hackney, Assistant Professor of Management, studied pregnancy workplace discrimination and discovered how workplace stress can effect the mother.

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Business Review - Sales Evolution

Jul 15, 2021

Sales professionals today need to bring a fresh set of skills to the market place.  Doctor Andrea Dixon, Marketing Professor and Executive Director of the Center for Professional Selling, shares what Employers are looking for when hiring sales professionals, and how their roles have changed.


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