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A Cultured Entrepreneur

Episode 534 | Broadcast: August 29, 2015

Repeat BusinessMakers guest and listener favorite Connie Barnaba returns to The BusinessMakers Show—and now she’s written a book! Russ interviews the founder and president of conflict management consulting firm Barnaba & Assoc. Inc. and the author of Why Business Marriages Fail. In our vignettes: PKF Texas’ Byron Hebert offers another Tool Time Update; Leisa visits with the University of Houston’s Dr. Latha Ramchand; and Robin Tooms chats with Michelle Holmes, James Coney Island.

School of Business

School of Business 8/29/2015

Russ and Leisa host the show that champions entrepreneurship. We’re happy to see you, Leisa! Includes This Week in Business History and the Jargon Challenge Round.

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Connie Barnaba - Author

U.S. businesses lose billions of dollars annually to failed mergers and acquisitions. Professional peacemaker Connie Barnaba wanted to know why. (And it’s not what you think!) Russ interviews the author of Why Business Marriages Fail.

BusinessMakers Thought Leaders

Brandonomics from Savage - Michelle Holmes

How do you know your brand needs an update? Robin Tooms asks Michelle Holmes, director of marketing for James Coney Island.

PKF Texas: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook® - Byron Hebert

Byron Hebert continues his series on the Birkman Method®. This week he covers “Esteem,” highlighting how it contributes to the communication style of an individual and what one should look for when building a cohesive team.

Women Mean Business - Dr. Latha Ramchand

Today’s extraordinary woman leads the C.T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston. She’s also their best cheerleader! Leisa visits with Dr. Latha Ramchand, professor of finance and dean of the C.T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston.

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Connie Barnaba

Why Business Marriages Fail addresses those issues typically overlooked during acquisitions due diligence, performance analysis and market considerations.

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Alex Epstein

Alex Epstein is the author of The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels.

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