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.

Information security expert Bryan Palma poses sober questions about ethical boundaries in the cyber world. Who is responsible for protecting your privacy online? Palma says it's up to you. 


Shawn Achor researches how people can re-wire their brain to be happier. He says there are two things that accelerate the brain toward growth – the perception of progress and seeing the finish line as being close.

 

 


Generation Y has high expectations of their employer. While it may stretch companies out of their comfort zones to facilitate a work environment that will attract Millennials, if they don't make adjustments, they'll miss out on the next generation of new talent. 


Generation Y has high expectations of their employer. While it may stretch companies out of their comfort zones to facilitate a work environment that will attract Millennials, if they don't make adjustments, they'll miss out on the next generation of new talent. 

Can an investor give to a good cause and still make money?


Somewhere around the age of fifty it gets more difficult for Americans to find full time employment.  


Companies today compete as a supply chain.  All it takes is a failure of just one supplier in the chain to cause the whole company to come under scrutiny.  


The psychology behind crowded shopping centers.


Making planning relevant.


Pairing investors with start ups.


The cost of hiring the wrong person. 


Winning over consumers through social change.


Seeing similarities in art and entrepreneurship.


Five tips on how to dominate startup contests. 

 


Building customer trust through storytelling. 

 


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