33 episodes

Thought leadership, innovative perspectives and real-world impact from Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business. Faculty and staff weigh in on relevant issues and discuss how their work makes an impact – illuminating how and why, Broad matters.

Broad Matters Broad College of Business - Michigan State University

    • Business
    • 4.7 • 13 Ratings

Thought leadership, innovative perspectives and real-world impact from Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business. Faculty and staff weigh in on relevant issues and discuss how their work makes an impact – illuminating how and why, Broad matters.

    Growing an Entrepreneurial Mindset

    Growing an Entrepreneurial Mindset

    Research at the Broad College is bringing excellence to the entrepreneurial mindset at Michigan State University. The Broad Matters podcast welcomes the new faculty director for the Burgess Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Laurel Ofstein. Through her research focusing on social entrepreneurship and women entrepreneurs, Laurel is informing the future of entrepreneurship and enhancing the student entrepreneurial experience at MSU.
    Dive deeper into Laurel Ofstein's research around women entrepreneurs in her white paper, Beyond The Bucks: Growth Strategies of Successful Women Entrepreneurs.
    Visit The Burgess Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation website to learn more about entrepreneurship and innovation programs at Michigan State University. 
    Download the “Growing an Entrepreneurial Mindset” Episode Transcript
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    Music: “Tidal Wave" performed/produced by BRASKO via Soundstripe.com
    “Nature of Things” performed/produced by Sounds Like Sander via Soundstripe.com

    • 18 min
    Cybersecurity in the Supply Chain

    Cybersecurity in the Supply Chain

    The Broad Matters podcast returns for our sixth season to talk about supply chain cybersecurity. Steven A. Melnyk, professor in the department of supply chain management in the Broad College of Business, talks with Ken and Amy about his recent research pointing at cybersecurity as a major challenge for supply chains. While digital transformation creates many benefits for companies and customers, cybersecurity is not just an IT issue, but a business and supply chain issue as well.
    Read more about Steven A. Melnyk's work at:
    The Emergence of the Strategic Leader - Supply Chain Management Review Understanding Supply Chain Resilience - Supply Chain Management Review Blockchain is Vastly Overrated; Supply Chain Cyber Security is Vastly Underrated - Supply Chain Management Review Visit the Broad College's Department of Supply Chain Management website (broad.msu.edu/supply-chain-management) to learn more about how their work is making an impact on supply chains.
    Download the "Cybersecurity in the Supply Chain" Episode Transcript
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    Music: “Tidal Wave" performed/produced by BRASKO via Soundstripe.com
    “Nature of Things” performed/produced by Sounds Like Sander via Soundstripe.com

    • 19 min
    Advances In Health Care Recruiting And Retention

    Advances In Health Care Recruiting And Retention

    Eli Broad Professor of Management, Frederick Morgeson, joins the podcast to talk about his research in the health care industry. His work is making a significant impact within an industry experiencing more than 100% turnover within some positions. After spending 15 years studying health care recruiting and hiring, his research is helping administrators hire and retain the best employees in order to ensure the best possible care for patients.
    Find out more about Frederick Morgeson at his website. Also, read the Broad news article "Broad research moves the needle for health care" to find out how Dr. Morgeson and other Broad College faculty are impacting the health care industry with their research and expertise. 
    For more episodes of Broad Matters, subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts.
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    Music: “Tidal Wave" performed/produced by BRASKO via Soundstripe.com
    “Nature of Things” performed/produced by Sounds Like Sander via Soundstripe.com

    • 21 min
    The Next Evolution of Hospitality Business

    The Next Evolution of Hospitality Business

    Director of The School of Hospitality Business and John And Becky Duffey Professor Of Hospitality Business, Karthik Namasivayam, joins the Broad Matters podcast to review the changes in hospitality business we’ve seen since the start of the pandemic. As the industry has grown and changed to meet customer’s needs, Karthik’s research provides an outlook for the next evolution of hospitality business. Read more about Karthik’s impact in the world of hospitality business below:
    Techspitality – What the Heck Is It?  - Hotel Online Strategically Positioning Hotels for ‘Techspitality’ - Lodging Magazine To follow developments from Karthik’s research and The School of Hospitality Business, visit his LinkedIn profile or The School of Hospitality Business webpage.
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    Music: “Tidal Wave" performed/produced by BRASKO via Soundstripe.com
    “Nature of Things” performed/produced by Sounds Like Sander via Soundstripe.com

    • 19 min
    Empowering Multicultural Business Leaders

    Empowering Multicultural Business Leaders

    Director of Multicultural Business Programs, Ed Tillett, talks with Ken and Amy about the new approaches the program is taking to develop and support the future of business leaders in the Broad College. 
    Follow MBP's Wednesday Wisdoms and keep up to date on their outreach efforts by following them on Instagram @mbp_msu and check out their website for new projects coming through Multicultural Business Programs.
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    Music: “Tidal Wave" performed/produced by BRASKO via Soundstripe.com
    “Nature of Things” performed/produced by Sounds Like Sander via Soundstripe.com

    • 18 min
    Behind the Microphone

    Behind the Microphone

    Kicking off 2022, Broad Matters hosts Ken Szymusiak and Amy Wisner turn the microphones on each other to talk about their areas of expertise at the Broad College. During their interview, Ken and Amy dive into innovations they've led around business communication and entrepreneurship while teaching at Michigan State University.
    Find out more about Amy's work on The Wisdom Project and Ken's leadership while managing The Burgess Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at broad.msu.edu.
    For more episodes of Broad Matters, subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts.
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    Music: “Tidal Wave" performed/produced by BRASKO via Soundstripe.com
    “Nature of Things” performed/produced by Sounds Like Sander via Soundstripe.com

    • 22 min

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