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Podcasting the best business and management knowledge for your career success from Business Radio Power by the Wharton School on Sirius XM Channel 111. Follow "Wharton Business Radio Highlights" wherever you get your podcasts!

Podcasting the best business and management knowledge for your career success from Business Radio Power by the Wharton School on Sirius XM Channel 111. Follow "Wharton Business Radio Highlights" wherever you get your podcasts!
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Podcasting the best business and management knowledge for your career success from Business Radio Power by the Wharton School on Sirius XM Channel 111. Follow "Wharton Business Radio Highlights" wherever you get your podcasts!

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A Conversation with Tina Tchen, Former Chief of Staff to Michelle Obama

9/21/2018
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Host Laura Zarrow talks with Tina Tchen, Partner at Buckley Sandler LLP and former Chief of Staff to First Lady Michelle Obama, Assistant to President Obama, and Executive Director of the White House Council on Women and Girls, on her 30 year career in public service on Women@Work.

Duration:00:52:44

Live from the Jacobs Levy Conference with Economist Robert Shiller and Harvard Prof Robin Greenwood

9/21/2018
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Hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Wharton Prof Jeremy Siegel are LIVE from the 2018 Jacobs Levy Conference in NYC, talking with Nobel Prize winning Economist Robert Shiller, and Robin Greenwood, the George Gund Professor of Finance and Banking at Harvard Business School, about the current market landscape and the changes in the 10 years post-financial crisis on Behind the Markets.

Duration:00:53:34

Wharton Experts on The Great Recession, 10 Years Later - Part 2

9/20/2018
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Business Radio Special: The Great Recession: What's Changed in 10 years Part 2 About one in five workers in the U.S, lost their job in the beginning of the Great Recession and many of them never recovered. What has happened to the millions of people who settled for work below the level in which they were qualified, for less pay? With an improved unemployment number today at 4%, compared to the height of the recession when the unemployment rate peaked at 10 %, the wages are not catching up...

Duration:01:36:54

Wharton Experts on The Great Recession, 10 Years Later - Part 1

9/20/2018
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Business Radio Special: The Great Recession: What's Changed in 10 years Part 1 On September 15, 2008, Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy which sent the stock market tumbling. The problems that started in the US soon spread to Europe. Several European nations, including Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain, faced austerity to deal with their debt, and still face issues today. Wharton Finance Professor, JOAO GOMES, and ERIK JONES, Director of European and Eurasian Studies, Johns Hopkins...

Duration:01:37:04

Everything You Need to Know About Transitioning to Assisted Living

9/19/2018
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Jennifer Fitzpatrick, Gerontologist and Instructor at Johns Hopkins University, joins host Ken Smetters to discuss everything you need to know, consider, and plan for when making the transition into assisted living for yourself or a loved one on Your Money.

Duration:00:29:03

Panel Discussion: Dynamics of End of Life Care

9/19/2018
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Host Jeff Voigt leads an expert panel discussion on the current dynamics surrounding end of life care in the US - is there such a thing as a good death? on The Business of Health Care. Expert Panelists include: Dr. Holly Prigerson, Irving Sherwood Wright Professor of Geriatrics at Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM) and Director of the Cornell Center for Research on End-of-Life Care; Dr. Connie Ulrich, Lillian S. Brunner Chair, Professor of Nursing, and Professor of Bioethics at the University of...

Duration:00:52:21

The World of White Collar Crime

9/18/2018
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Jesse Eisinger, Senior Reporter at ProPublica and Author of "The Chickenshit Club: Why the Justice Department Fails to Prosecute Executives," joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Iwan Barankay to discuss the world of White Collar Crime and whether or not the US has been cracking down on punishment of these crimes on In the Workplace. Book - https://www.amazon.com/Chickenshit-Club-Department-Prosecute-Executives/dp/1501121367

Duration:00:23:20

NFL Analytics and 2018 Outlook with ESPN's Brian Burke

9/18/2018
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Brian Burke, Senior Analytics Specialist at ESPN, joins hosts Cade Massey, Eric Bradlow, and Shane Jensen to discuss the outlook for NFL's 2018 season on Wharton Moneyball.

Duration:00:31:38

Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Uncover Gender Bias

9/17/2018
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Katica Roy, CEO and Founder of Pipeline, joins host Laura Zarrow to discuss how her technology company uses artificial intelligence to assess, address, and take action against gender bias in companies and helps them improve their bottom line on Women@Work.

Duration:00:50:42

Digital Innovation at Hershey

9/14/2018
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Doug Straton, Chief Digital Commerce Officer at Hershey, joins host Nicolaj Siggelkow to discuss digital innovation within a 120-year old established global brand on Mastering Innovation. The Hershey Company is "among the most respected companies in the world, bringing snacks, community growth, and human opportunity to all corners of the globe."

Duration:00:20:40

Debate Over the GDP - Time for a New Indicator of US Economic Growth?

9/13/2018
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Hosts Jeremy Schwartz and Wharton Prof Jeremy Siegel lead a discussion with Leonard Nakamura, Vice President and Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. After a quick market recap, they'll examine the intricate debate over how GDP is measured and whether we need a new way to chart U.S. economic growth and predict the future on Behind the Markets.

Duration:00:52:37

How Good People Fight Bias

9/13/2018
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While many of us believe consider ourselves to be supportive of equality, diversity and inclusion, we might not be really examining our own unconscious biases. Host Dan Loney and guest co-host Wharton Professor Katherine Milkman talk to Dolly Chugh, Professor at the NYU Stern School of Business, about her new book, “The Person You Mean To Be: How Good People Fight Bias,” which addresses this issue of unconscious bias and offers strategies for overcoming these ideas to become even better...

Duration:00:22:21

Back to School with Knowledge@Wharton High School Program

9/12/2018
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It’s “Back To school time,” which means high school and college students will be settling in to new curriculae and learning new subjects. Did you know Knowledge@Wharton has an online resource for students and teachers alike to help prepare students for success? You can find it all on the Knowledge@Wharton High School website (KWHS). Host Dan Loney talks with Diana Drake, Managing Editor of KWHS, and Allyson Vaughn, KWHS's Global Young Leaders Academy Coordinator, to discuss the engaging KWHS...

Duration:00:26:31

Update on the US Opioid Crisis

9/12/2018
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Deaths from drug overdoses have now surpassed those from car crashes or guns in the United States, according to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). To understand this complicated crisis, Host Dan Loney speaks with Dr. Evan Anderson, Senior Fellow at the University Of Pennsylvania’s Center for Public Health Initiatives and Senior Lecturer at the Penn School of Nursing, and Dr. Anita Gupta, Scholar at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Clinical Bioethics and...

Duration:00:24:49

Hot Takes on Nike/Kaepernick Campaign from Marketing Matters

9/11/2018
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Wharton's Hip Hop Prof Americus Reed leads a discussion with Ken Wisnefski, Founder and CEO of WebiMax, and John Rothschild, Author of "Football Betting Made Easy," about Nike's decision to make Colin Kaepernick the face of their 30th anniversary of their Just Do It Campaign and how it has been playing out as a marketing strategy for the brand powerhouse on Marketing Matters.

Duration:00:27:56

How to Outlast a Job You Hate, Until You Can Retire

9/11/2018
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Morey Stettner, Reporter at MarketWatch, joins hosts Peter Cappelli and Iwan Barankay to discuss tips on how you can outlast a job you hate until retirement on In the Workplace.

Duration:00:29:02

Goodbye Marlboro Man: Breaking Traditional Notions of Masculinity

9/10/2018
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Peter Adams, Reporter at the online trade journal, Marketing Dive, joins host Barbara Kahn and guest host Keith Niedermeier to discuss how marketers are breaking with the traditional notions of masculinity such as the Marlboro Man on Marketing Matters.

Duration:00:26:15

Pick Three: You Can Have It All (Just Not Every Day)

9/10/2018
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Randi Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media and New York Times bestselling author, joins host Laura Zarrow on Women@Work to discuss her new book "Pick Three: You Can Have It All (Just Not Every Day)" about how we can put our ambitious lifestyle into perspective in an increasingly demanding world, and how we can achieve more if we're willing to be a little flexible. Book - https://www.amazon.com/Pick-Three-Have-Just-Every/dp/B079YBF8SF

Duration:00:53:25

CMO Spotlight: Peter Weingard and Catherine Hernandez-Blades

9/7/2018
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Hosts Catharine Hays and Jenny Rooney talk with Peter Weingard, VP of Brand Strategy and Content at West Elm, and Catherine Hernandez-Blades, Senior Vice President and Chief Brand Officer at Aflac, to find out more about their marketing and branding strategies on CMO Spotlight. Business Radio Monthly Special! CMO Spotlight is by CMOs, for CMOs - and everyone else who wants to know what today's Chief Marketing Officers are thinking and doing, including where they are investing their time,...

Duration:00:53:20

2018 College Football Outlook with ESPN's Mack Brown

9/7/2018
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Mack Brown, Football Commentator for ESPN and former National Championship winning coach at Texas, joins hosts Cade Massey, Adi Wyner, and guest host Ty Hildenbrandt, to discuss his outlook for the 2018 NCAA Football season on Wharton Moneyball.

Duration:00:32:27