Introducing "How That Happened" with Robert Wagner and Aaron Ackerman

25 minutes

“How That Happened,” is a business and innovation success podcast hosted by HoganTaylor business advisors Robert Wagner and Aaron Ackerman.

In this introductory episode, Robert and Aaron discuss the show's format and what they hope listeners will gain from their interviews with business and community leaders behind thriving organizations. They also share their answers to the five questions they ask each guest. 

Be sure to visit www.howthathappened.com for more episodes and additional materials.

 

 

More episodes from How That Happened

Gordon Deal - Radio Personality - The Business of Selling Air

Gordon Deal is a radio personality who hosts the nationally syndicated radio program This Morning, America’s First News, previously called The Wall Street Journal This Morning. He has also …

Toby Rowland - Voice of OU Athletics - Landing Your Dream Job

Toby Rowland is a two-time, Emmy-winning sportscaster, the author of a best-selling children's book Unhitch the Wagon, and currently the Sooners' voice. In addition, Toby hosts a morning …

Brendan Quirk - Allied Cycle Works - Turning Your Passion Into a Career

Brendan Quirk is the CEO of Allied Cycle Works in Bentonville, Arkansas. Allied’s stated mission is “to make the best bicycles and components in the world, right here in America.” Brendan …

David Griffin - Griffin Communications - Communicating With a Focus on Community

David Griffin is the President of Griffin Communications, a broad media company with assets in TV, radio, internet, and outdoor advertising. Griffin Communications is a family business that …

Jeff Williams - America's Car-Mart - Catering to Your Customer

Jeff Williams is the CEO of America’s Car-Mart, a publicly-held company based in Bentonville, Arkansas. Car-Mart is focused exclusively on the integrated auto-sales and finance segment of …

David Woods - Magellan Executive Partners - Expanding Your Network

David Woods is the CEO of Magellan Executive Partners, a management consulting firm based in Edmond, Oklahoma. Previously, David served as CEO of …

How you can listen to this podcast

You can listen to episodes right here on the website, or if you prefer, in a podcast app. Listening in an app makes it easier to keep track of what you’ve already heard, listen without using your data plan and many other conveniences.

Recommended apps
Start listening to Introducing "How That Happened" with Robert Wagner and Aaron Ackerman
24:49
Start listening to Introducing "How That Happened" with Robert Wagner and Aaron Ackerman
24:49