Welcome to Lenz on Business, Presented by Georgia College’s J. Whitney Bunting College of Business.

Offering top-ranked online graduate business programs, including the online MBA, Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and Master of Management Information Systems.

Listen on Saturday nights at 6 PM on 95.5 WSB and wsbradio.com

Each week, host Richard J. Lenz—founder, president, and CEO of Lenz Marketing—speaks with Atlanta’s business leaders to explore their inspiring stories, lessons learned, and tips for growth and success. From big business execs to indie entrepreneurs, these guests not only share their practical secrets, but also unveil the personalities behind the careers.

“Business touches all our lives and deserves to be explored,” said Richard J. Lenz. “Lenz on Business taps into the excitement and dynamics of business; the colorful characters who drive these companies, their entrepreneurial adventures, and the innovative ways they thrive and survive in today’s world.”

Upcoming Lenz on Business Show

Chris Burns of Dynamic Money

Chris Burns, founder and Principal of Dynamic Money

Chris Burns believes there are always practical ways to begin your financial plan towards a better life, no matter what. Burns, who hosts “The Dynamic Money Show with Chris Burns” 5 a.m. Saturdays on WSB, returns with more practical financial advice and personal experiences with guest host Jon Waterhouse.

Lenz on Business is presented by Lenz Marketing and Georgia College’s of Business J. Whitney Bunting College of Business. Listen on Saturday nights at 6 PM on News 95.5, AM 750 WSB and stream online at wsbradio.com.

Recent Lenz on Business Shows

Dan Carroll

Dan Carroll, Director of Media Engagement, Dragon Con

Dan Carroll knows Dragon Con. Is it a coincidence he shares the same initials as the ultra successful pop culture convention that takes over downtown Atlanta for five days each Labor Day Weekend? Approximately 85,000 guests are expected to attend the 2019 installment. Not only does the convention do bang-up business, it brings bang-up business to Atlanta. From hotels to transportation to the restaurant industry. Dan talks with guest host Jon Waterhouse about Dragon Con’s economic impact on the city and much more.

Karl Manrodt

Dr. Karl Manrodt, Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Georgia College’s J. Whitney Bunting College of Business

As consumers in today’s world, we want our products yesterday. We often forget it takes logistics to store and deliver goods and services for the public. And there’s so much more to it than that. Dr. Manrodt, an expert in the field, sheds light on this specialty and what the future holds for logistics as we trek further into the 21st century.

Alan Stukalsky

Alan Stukalsky, Chief Digital Officer, Randstad North America

Randstad North America, headquartered in Atlanta, is part of the world’s largest provider of human relations services and staffing. Technology plays a big role in Randstad’s internal and external functions, and Stukalsky oversees all things digital. Stukalsky steps behind the microphone with guest host Jon Waterhouse to chat about digital communication, how artificial intelligence comes into play, and more.

Wendy Lenz

Dr. Wendy Lenz, a Graduate of Georgia College’s Web MBA

They say a way to test a romantic relationship is by successfully surviving an Ikea shopping trip. What about interviewing your spouse on a radio show? This week Richard takes a stab at the latter. Dr. Wendy Lenz, a graduate of Georgia College’s online MBA program, spent more than 10 years as chief operating officer for the largest cancer practice in the Southeast. Richard and Dr. Lenz examine topics including her interest and experience in both medicine and business, merging the two, and how she ran a company while getting her MBA.

John Lenz, Richard Lenz, Mike Killeen, Lenz on Business

John Lenz, vice president, and Mike Killeen, vice president of marketing Lenz Marketing.

What does Richard Lenz do when he’s not hosting the show? He’s founder, president, and CEO of Lenz Marketing, a downtown Decatur-based marketing agency. This unique episode finds Richard in the studio with his two partners, John Lenz and Mike Killeen, discussing topics including family relationships in the workplace, how to balance project diversity, continuing education, and more.

Georgiana Simmons

Georgiana Simmons, Avanos Medical, graduate of Georgia College’s online Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management program

When it comes to going back to school and getting that business-related masters degree, fear can be a deterrent. Finding time amidst a busy life can be a daunting proposition. And this week’s guest did it despite being a single mother and working two jobs at the time. Georgiana Simmons, a project manager in supply chain operations at Avanos Medical, explains how she did it and the ways she applies her degree in her career.

Chris Burns of Dynamic Money

Chris Burns, founder and Principal of Dynamic Money

Chris Burns believes there are always practical ways to begin your financial plan towards a better life, no matter what. Burns, who hosts “The Dynamic Money Show with Chris Burns” 5 a.m. Saturdays on WSB, returns with more practical financial advice and personal experiences. His conversation with guest host Jon Waterhouse includes Burns’ thoughts on how he grew his business, work/life balance, and more.

Lenz on Business is presented by Lenz Marketing and Georgia College’s of Business J. Whitney Bunting College of Business. Listen on Saturday nights at 6 PM on News 95.5, AM 750 WSB and stream online at wsbradio.com.

Sarah Rose

Sarah Rose Harrill, graduate of the WebMBA program at Georgia College

This week’s special guest saw value in getting an MBA and decided go back to school in the midst of her career. However, as we all know, life happens. While juggling a job and Georgia College’s WebMBA program, Sarah learned her husband was diagnosed with cancer. Despite the challenges, she made it work. Sarah Rose shares her personal and WebMBA experiences with guest host Jon Waterhouse.

Charles Driebe

Charles Driebe, founder of Blind Ambition Management, Ltd.

Music artist management continues to be a multi-faceted business. And with today’s ever-evolving technological landscape, it changes by the day, literally. Richard Lenz talks with Driebe, whose company specializes in artist and project management. Blind Ambition Management currently works with an array of performers including the five-time Grammy-winning and Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award-winning Blind Boys of Alabama; Marc Cohn of Grammy-winning “Walking in Memphis” fame; folk outfit Over the Rhine; and Grammy-winning soul legend William Bell, among others.

Andy Hingley

Andy Hingley, co-owner of Eddie’s Attic and talent booker at Live Nation

Hingley, a professional European soccer player, spends nearly a decade of his life in the sport before deciding to hang up his cleats and relocate to Atlanta. He accidentally finds himself becoming the student of iconic local live music promoter, Alex Cooley. The two forge a serious professional and personal bond. And when Cooley passes away, Hingley carries the torch scoring goals in the live entertainment business as co-owner of Eddie’s Attic and booking concerts for Live Nation. This week Andy Hingley shares his story and more with guest host Jon Waterhouse.