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.

Using biology as a model to help design and improve sustainable ecosystem technology.


Finding employment after the age of 50 is sometimes diffucult due to being over qualified.


An entire company can come under scrutiny if only one area of its supply chain fails.


Getting to the botom of the bottom line mentality.


What separates an A team from a B team?  What prime players are investors looking for?


Work can affect your home life. Dr. Dawn Carlson, professor of management shares in this episode of the Business Review just how much crossover happens between work and home.

Historically, marketers have devalued ethnic programming. In this episode of the Business Review, Dr. Tyhra Lindsey-Warren, clinical assistant professor of marketing, discusses how marketers can value audiences of color.

In this week's Business Review, fashion pioneer Kenneth Cole breaks new ground with the "Look Good, For Good" campaign.


Risky Business! In this episode of the Business Review, Dr. Matthew Wood, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship explains the factors that lead an entrepreneur to pivot or stay the course.

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.

Firms hiring former employees as auditors has been a common, yet concerning practice. In this episode of the Business Review, Assistant Professor of accounting, Dr. Owen Brown, shares a different perspective.


You don’t have to sacrifice performance by bringing your values into your portfolio. Social impact bonds are being offered in the marketplace, often referred to as “pay for success” securities. You don’t have to sacrifice performance by bringing your values into your portfolio. Social impact bonds are being offered in the marketplace, often referred to as “pay for success” securities. 


Award-winning chef Craig Hartman shares in this episode of the Business Review a lesson he learned the hard way - you can't do it all yourself. 

Business Review - Remote Psychology

Nov 7, 2019

Working from home may sound like a dream job, but in this episode of Business Review, marketing expert and researcher Dr. Sara Perry explains why remote work isn’t for everyone.

 

 

 


 

 

In this episode of Business Review, Paul Axtell reveals the most important factor in being an effective manager: it’s all about the relationships.

 

 

 


 

 

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