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Join us for a discussion of the defining business issues of our time – all through a Jesuit, values-based perspective. The bi-weekly podcast is produced by the Quinlan School of Business at Loyola University Chicago.

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Join us for a discussion of the defining business issues of our time – all through a Jesuit, values-based perspective. The bi-weekly podcast is produced by the Quinlan School of Business at Loyola University Chicago.

    How to Build a Skyscraper?

    How to Build a Skyscraper?

    In October of 2021, Al Gorman, chairman of Power Construction and Interim Dean Maciek Nowak sat down to talk about how we build the modern skyscrapers and reflect on some noteworthy projects he has overseen during his career.  

    • 27 min
    Change is Hard

    Change is Hard

    Professor of Management Anne Reilly shares with us her expertise in organizational change management as she reflects on what the future might hold. The bottom line is that change is hard and in our conversation Anne offers a few suggestions for coping with and facilitating the changes that may be necessary moving forward. 

    • 33 min
    Hope for Nimble Change

    Hope for Nimble Change

    Can we mobilize against other societal threats in the same way we have and continue to do with COVID-19? Emily Nordquist of the Baumhart Center joins us to talk about how she hopes we are able to harness our abilities to facilitate nimble change against the other pressing issues of our time.   

    • 24 min
    Embracing the Digital Revolution

    Embracing the Digital Revolution

    Professor Jennifer Griffin joins us to talk about the many ways she has seen technology intervene during the pandemic and what she hopes will stay as we move forward.  

    • 35 min
    Past Labor Movements May Help Us Predict the Future

    Past Labor Movements May Help Us Predict the Future

    Professor Peter Norlander views the pandemic as a dramatic and unifying event and explains how he uses the Great Depression as a framework for understanding how our future may unfold. 

    • 34 min
    How We Talk About What We Are Talking About

    How We Talk About What We Are Talking About

    Leveraging his training as a political scientist, Assistant Professor Abraham Singer share his observations on the current state of public discourse and how we engage with it.

    • 43 min

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