Business Review

Thursday 7:43am, 4:48pm and 6:45pm
  • Hosted by CJ Jackson

Each week Business Review has the latest in business trends and research – both globally and nationally. The program has won the nationally prestigious Communicator Award each year since its premiere in 2012. Hosted by CJ Jackson, Business Review is a production of Livingston+McKay LLC, KWBU-FM and the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University.

What motivates workers to break the rules? 


Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab, Brian Wansink, is known as the "Sherlock Holmes of food." Investigating patterns in food psychology, he found clues to eat healthfully without even noticing. (*ENCORE)


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


A shift toward workplace wellness is underway across the U.S. Studies show businesses that incorporate comprehensive wellness programs are able to improve the health of their employees and save their company money at the same time. (*ENCORE)


According to research, effects of abusive supervision reach far beyond the workplace. Assistant professor of management Merideth Ferguson calls it "the spillover effect." (*ENCORE)


Energy economist, Gürcan Gülen says the implications of energy poverty are life threatening. The worst scenarios are found in parts of Africa, South Asia and India, where it causes increased illiteracy and decreased life expectancy. (*ENCORE)


Narcissistic tendencies impair ethical judgment in the workplace, even if a person is religious. (*ENCORE)


Key strategies for attracting and retaining employees for multinational companies.


Tips on how to be intentionally positive in a negative work environment

Researchers dubbed this project "The Waiter Spit in my Soup!" You might be surprised that over 50 percent of customer service employees are responsible for some sort of deviant behavior toward customers.

Anything that produces pleasure in our brain can become addictive, including your smart phone. (*ENCORE)

How to redeem brainstorming sessions from a waste of time into collaborative engagement where great strategies or concepts can be discovered.

Business Reivew: Ethics In Business

Jun 12, 2014

When teaching business ethics, developing critical thinking skills by considering real life examples helps when facing difficult ethical issues.

The three key members business leaders need on their team to help propel the business to where they want to go.

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.

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