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"How That Happened," is a business and innovation success podcast hosted by HoganTaylor LLP business advisors Robert Wagner and Aaron Ackerman. On each episode of the show, our hosts sit down with the business and community leaders behind thriving organizations to learn how business and innovation success actually happens.

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"How That Happened," is a business and innovation success podcast hosted by HoganTaylor LLP business advisors Robert Wagner and Aaron Ackerman. On each episode of the show, our hosts sit down with the business and community leaders behind thriving organizations to learn how business and innovation success actually happens.

Copyright 2019 HoganTaylor LLP. All Rights Reserved. To view the HoganTaylor general terms & conditions, visit www.hogantaylor.com

    Philip Huff - Computer Science Professor - Cyber Security Within Your Organization

    Philip Huff - Computer Science Professor - Cyber Security Within Your Organization

    Philip Huff is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He has spent nearly 20 years in the cybersecurity sector, working in IT security and critical infrastructure security. His areas of expertise include cybersecurity, internet of things, machine learning, and digital forensics.
    In this episode, Philip tackles important topics in the cybersecurity space that affect your business. He discusses the necessity that is cybersecurity, data privacy and the advancements that came with GDPR, and how to budget for and measure the effectiveness of cybersecurity.
    Be sure to subscribe to "How That Happened" to receive our latest episodes, learn more about our guests, and collect resources on how to better manage your business.
    For bonus content and additional show notes, visit http://www.hogantaylor.com/how-that-happened-episode-34.
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    • 41 min
    Tina Parkhill - Remaining Adaptable in Business

    Tina Parkhill - Remaining Adaptable in Business

    Tina Parkhill is a graduate of Oklahoma State University (OSU) and started her career in 1994, working for Ernest & Julio Gallo winery. After spending several years working in sales and management roles for solutions based companies, Tina decided to return to the liquor business and open Parkhill’s Liquors & Wine South on April 4, 2011.
    In addition to juggling the balance of family and work, Tina is also committed to giving back to the community. She is heavily involved in the Tulsa County Oklahoma State University Alumni Chapter and Family & Children’s Services.
    In this episode, Tina reveals what it was like to build her business from the ground up, how the changing liquor laws have forced them to adapt, and how important experience is for her employees.
    Be sure to subscribe to "How That Happened" to receive our latest episodes, learn more about our guests, and collect resources on how to better manage your business.
    For bonus content and additional show notes, visit http://www.hogantaylor.com/how-that-happened-episode-33.
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    • 47 min
    Preston Ackerman - FBI Special Agent - Navigating Through Cyber Threats

    Preston Ackerman - FBI Special Agent - Navigating Through Cyber Threats

    Preston Ackerman is a Supervisory Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He was assigned to FBI Headquarters on two separate occasions, supporting IT projects now in use throughout the FBI. Ackerman is currently assigned to the FBI's Oklahoma City Division Cyber Squad and is the program coordinator for computer intrusion matters covering Oklahoma's state. Prior to joining the FBI, he worked as a computer networking consultant.
    Preston’s background in cybercrime and IT projects has helped with his investigative career. Now, Preston has a special appreciation for the business world and small businesses. He loves working with small business owners because they are under immense pressure, and they happen to be a crucial part of our economy.
    In this episode, Preston reveals the inspiration behind his career with the FBI, the most significant cyber threats to your business, and the importance of awareness programs in a corporate setting.
    Be sure to subscribe to "How That Happened" to receive our latest episodes, learn more about our guests, and collect resources on how to better manage your business.
    For bonus content and additional show notes, visit http://www.hogantaylor.com/how-that-happened-episode-32.
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    • 49 min
    Daniel Burrus - Futurist Speaker, Business Strategist, Best-Selling Author

    Daniel Burrus - Futurist Speaker, Business Strategist, Best-Selling Author

    Daniel Burrus is a strategic advisor to Fortune 500 companies, a New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling author, keynote speaker, and is widely considered one of the World’s Leading Futurist Speakers on Global Trends and Disruptive Innovation.
    Daniel has developed a great reputation for accurately predicting future technological changes and advancements over a career that has expanded more than three decades. This reputation has been bolstered by appearances on several news networks and publications, including PBS, CNN, Fox Business, Bloomberg, and more.
    In this episode, Daniel discusses how he anticipates changes in technology, how to base business strategies on hard trends, and the importance of failing fast so you can learn faster.
    Be sure to subscribe to "How That Happened" to receive our latest episodes, learn more about our guests, and collect resources on how to better manage your business.
    For bonus content and additional show notes, visit http://www.hogantaylor.com/how-that-happened-episode-31.
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    • 53 min
    Amy Stipe - GableGotwals

    Amy Stipe - GableGotwals

    Amy Stipe is a Director and President of GableGotwals, a full-service, nationwide law firm with more than 100 attorneys. She is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and has held leadership duties with a number of prestigious groups, including Oklahoma County Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division Task Force, Oklahoma Bar Association’s Mineral Law Section, and the Mineral Lawyers Society of Oklahoma City.
    Amy has spoken to a wide variety of groups, including the University of Oklahoma College of Law, the Mineral Lawyers Society of Oklahoma City, among others. She is committed to serving the community by volunteering her legal services to various local groups.
    In this episode, Amy discusses the importance of being adaptable as a business, how mentorship can help propel a career, and how time management skills are a vital tool.
    Be sure to subscribe to "How That Happened" to receive our latest episodes, learn more about our guests, and collect resources on how to better manage your business.
    For bonus content and additional show notes, visit http://www.hogantaylor.com/how-that-happened-episode-30.
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    • 44 min
    Dean Wegner - Authentically American Apparel

    Dean Wegner - Authentically American Apparel

    Dean Wegner is the Founder & CEO of Authentically American, a Veteran owned and American made premium apparel brand. He has a diverse background starting with being a West Point graduate, then a helicopter pilot and Army Ranger, as well as his tenure with Mars Inc. and Proctor & Gamble in business development roles.
    Wegner and his company celebrate patriotism and honor American heroes by donating a portion of their profits to Veteran and First Responder charities.
    In this episode, Dean discusses how he got started in the apparel industry, his process and the dedication behind creating an iconic brand, and the importance of developing a work ethic and training regimen for your employees.
    Be sure to subscribe to "How That Happened" to receive our latest episodes, learn more about our guests, and collect resources on how to better manage your business.
    For bonus content and additional show notes, visit http://www.hogantaylor.com/how-that-happened-episode-29.
    Copyright 2020 HoganTaylor LLP. All Rights Reserved. To view the HoganTaylor general terms & conditions, visit www.hogantaylor.com

    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

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65 Ratings

65 Ratings

Derrrkk ,

One of the best business podcasts out there!

This is such an insightful podcast to listen and learn about owning and managing a broad array of businesses as well as how they are attempting to navigate current economic conditions.

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5 Stars

Insightful podcast learning from business leaders! Give it a listen!

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Great Podcast

Very informative podcast with good content and guests. Easy to listen to in the car or while working. Great topics.

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