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.
What May Future Healthcare Look Like?
Paying attention to other pre-existing epidemics such as the opioid crisis and suicide rates within the United States, Associate Dean Tim Classen speaks to the trends in these concurrent epidemics and what their consequences may be.
How Do We Rise to the Occasion?
Observing parallels between the Plague of Athens and our current moment, Eve Geroulis expounds upon learning from history and finding clarity in our values during times of upheaval.
Will Business be a Catalyst for Change?
Believing markets are able to pivot more nimbly than other institutions, Interim Dean Maciek Nowak reflects on how he hopes businesses and business schools will rise to provide solutions to our society's most pressing problems.
Accounting is the Language of Business
In the spring of 2021, Professor Emeritus Al Gini spoke with alumnus Patrick Unzicker (BBA ‘93), CFO at PharmaCann, about his experience attending Loyola and career afterwards.
The Sanity of Satire
Assistant Professor Abe Singer and Professor Emeritus Al Gini discuss their latest book “The Sanity of Satire.” From Mel Brooks to John Oliver, we explore the roles of satire and satirists in our society.
The Vexing Notion of Merit
Cedric Dawkins, Chair of the Management Department at Quinlan joins the podcast to share his recent ponderings and investigation into our notions of merit and how they should be applied.