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 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.
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.
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.
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.
We hear it all the time. After snagging an undergraduate degree, many business professionals opt to go after a Masters Degree in the not-so-distant future. But why? What are the reasons behind it, and what kind of concessions will need to be made in the midst of adulting? And what about online learning? Zander, a recent Georgia College online grad, joins guest host Jon Waterhouse and answers these questions and a whole lot more.
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, brings more practical financial advice. His conversation with guest host Jon Waterhouse includes Burns’ thoughts on the Morehouse student loan payoff, how to build an emergency fund, the current tariff situation between the U.S. and China, and more.
Women continue making great strides in the business world. According to the National Association of Women Business Owners, women-owned firms make up 39 percent of all privately held firms in the U.S. This week guest host Jon Waterhouse talks to a pair of business owners whose corporate mission is to create a community to support and empower professional women. Martine Resnick and Eileen Lee are co-founders of The Lola, a new members club, workspace and community designed for women by women. The Lola is the first of its kind in Atlanta, and Lee and Resnick share their inspiration behind the concept.
This week guest host Jon Waterhouse discusses the business of graphic novels with Chris Staros, editor-in-chief of Top Shelf Productions, one of the world’s leading independent publishers of literary graphic novels. Since its inception in 1997, Top Shelf has published more than 350 graphic novels, including the New York Times best selling “March” trilogy. Staros explains how he broke into the industry, how money is made, his keys to success, and much more.
What happens when you’re in the midst of earning your masters degree in business and the on-campus program changes into an online program? This happened to Georgia College graduate Jared Powell. Powell, who earned his Master of Management Information Systems degree, talks to guest host Jon Waterhouse about the differences between on-campus and online learning, how online studies enhanced his communication skills, and how his degree prepared him for his current work in the office of the Chief Information Security Officer at the Center for Disease Control.